public land pull

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  1. DVO

    DVO Weekend Warrior

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    After the worst winter on record these are the two biggest ones I have left to chase on the public I hunt.

    The one with the heavier antlers that curl is roughly 6.5 this fall. I have had pictures of him since 2011 when he was 3.5 years old. In 2012 and 2013 he has a split G2. His best year was 2012.

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  2. Scowd

    Scowd Weekend Warrior

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    He looks nice. You must hunt in a hard to get to place for a buck to get that old on public land. Sounds like it's time to take him out.
     
  3. ChuckC

    ChuckC Die Hard Bowhunter

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    Couple of good looking bucks! You know they are survivors that's for sure and don't forget you never know what may pass through once the rut hits!
     
  4. rsmith

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    Good looking buck right their, now the only problem is getting him to step out on a pressured area like that in daylight. Hope he does for you
     
  5. Yancey

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    Nice looking bucks. Good luck getting on them this year.
     
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    DoubleLung Die Hard Bowhunter

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    nice pull. Good luck this season.
     
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    Nice bucks!! Good luck on them this year!
     
  8. DVO

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    Actually the whole area is easy access. The factor we have that lets them get this old is 99.9% of all the land is Red Pine, Jack Pine, or Scrub Oak. 50% of it is too thick and the trees are too small to hunt from a tree or the ground. Myself and others that hunt the area think its the hardest habitat in the country to kill a mature buck out of. But that's what makes it fun. When they bed, feed, and travel in different areas every day you get to play one heck of a guessing game!
     
  9. pastorjim08

    pastorjim08 Legendary Woodsman

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    Very nice bucks.

    Blessings........Pastorjim
     

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