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    LARRY ..YOUR BUDDY DROPPED BY

    Looks like I will have to say hello to my new buddy for ya tonight.
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    Man Dave, that's a nice one. I hope you do get to say hello. I'd like to introduce myself to one like that.

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    I don't care to introduce my self. But would be more than happy to introduce him to mister 06
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    Nice buck!

    How old is a southern buck like that?? 3 year old??
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    Very nice

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    I guess Im sort of a prude. I think that animal is just too nice to shoot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry Stratton View Post
    Nice buck!

    How old is a southern buck like that?? 3 year old??
    He's probably 3.5 YO He has no belly drop and his back is not sagging yet and the brisket is still not protruding out to far. He a great buck. If we do not get him this year I know someone who would love a chance at him.
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    Very nice deer! A buck like that will cause even the most experienced hunter to do stupid things.

    Not that *I've* done any of these......
    -make a ton of noise trying to get into position
    -drop snack that was being eaten
    -make sudden movement thinking your gonna miss it
    -take bad shots instead of waiting for it.

    So glad I don't do these anymore

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    Doug my son saw the picture and he went into Buck Fever for the rest of the day. He is beginning to listen to me when it comes to taking big bucks. I point to the heads on the wall and say; listen I have not taken all them deer by happenstance. You need to be out there every evening and but your time in. He will be back through.
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