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What a monster. I was wondering do you see him often,or does the buck moving around to different areas?

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One potential target for me this year, but all pics are at night so far:

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This would be my second choice at this property. Likely won't shoot either as both are nocturnal at this point:

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Should have pics of another dandy when I pull cards from cameras on a different property in about 10 days. Landowner has seen him by my stand in daylight, where the camera is now, several times.

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First he's coming & then going. Or it could be the opposite... I had one in this same location last year about this time, assuming he/she's the same one. Interesting that it's by my Dad's (Bob) old stand...

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I am thinking may be two, the B&W photo looks slightly smaller and the tips look a little closer together. The colors photos look like the same deer.

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Yeah, you might be right. Maybe Im just hoping that the color pics are different deer. I will say that 8 pointers dominate the genetics in our area. Im really hoping to get the bigger one on the ground, been hunting him specifically for the 3rd year now.

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A beautiful looking deer, I hope you bag him. Would make an awesome story and an awesome mount. Good luck!

Happy Hunting

Kettle

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Wonder what kind of camera everyone using? No glow,red glow infrared and white incadescent flash?

It looks like most pictures posted are other than no glow?

With red glow,do you think deer spook much?

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I think this is the same deer. I count ten with a split brow tine on the left side. Camera is mounted on the same tree, I just turned it after I saw him. I saw him couple weeks ago so I put a scrape dripper up, but he didnt have any interest in that.

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