Same buck a year later?

Discussion in 'Bowhunting Talk' started by Scott/IL, Oct 22, 2012.

  1. muzzyman88

    muzzyman88 Die Hard Bowhunter

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    I dunno. His G2 and G3 on his left side look very much alike. Might be a genetics thing in the area. I don't think its unreasonable to think he could have put that much bone on in a year. Most of the country saw a very mild winter and early spring. We're seeing bucks here in PA that we've never had before.
     
  2. Sadlk

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    The first buck has two white patches on his neck. The second buck only has one...
     
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    Holy cow, Scott, that's a giant 8. Looks like he's staying around, and in daylight too. Good luck with em!
     
  4. cls74

    cls74 Legendary Woodsman

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    That is ridiculous, holy crap. He could double lung his opponent, better hope he's a lover and not a fighter. He could hurt another or break one of ten suckers off.

    How high is he on your list?
     
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  5. Scott/IL

    Scott/IL Die Hard Bowhunter

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    #3, but he's the only one living on the farm.
     
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    That's an awesome buck brother!
     

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