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jmd1

Arizona Mule Deer

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I think I saw this pic before and this buck came from the Strip in AZ.  Lots of bigguns taken out there!  This one was taken with a bow, and given that he's wearing a black shirt I'd guess it was shot from a groundblind over a water hole.  Just a guess though...

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My buddies last mule deer hunt in AZ turned into quite the seen with Border Patrol agents and a chopper, and the mules they were after were from Mexico.

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what stands out to me is the photo is taken in every possible way to make the thing look huge.  In my thought, a big animal, whether fish or deer or whatever can have a "normal" photo taken and it still looks big.

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it is a strip buck, high desert, nice native grasses and cedar trees to shade under.  I will see if can get the score on it.  Quite an animal either way

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Like this one, Leech?  Once again, I need someone to spin this.  I can't figure out how to do it.  Thanks.

South Eastern Montana Muley.  November 2015.

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that is a great photo in a lot of ways.  Even showing your wedding ring to keep the other ladies away!  Good work.

On my phone if I crop the photo left and right even a tiny bit the photo ends up the right way.  That's what I do.

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