Couple SD whities

mtmiller

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Well I searched for five days and this is the second best buck I found. The biggest was just a little larger.

I have some video of this buck coming into the rattling horns and I could have ended his life at fifty yards.
Instead, I waited a few more days and had to shoot him at ~300 yards as he was trotting broadside.


Here is my last buck of 2003.


Here is one of the guys I hunt with when I am back in Sturgis. He shot this one opening weekend. I think this was the third year in a row that he got a 5x6. This looked like a great buck from the side, but is very narrow. Still a good buck for the areas we were able to hunt.


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Oak

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Nice buck, miller. I hear it was cold up that way. It's supposed to get here tonight.

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mtmiller

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Thanks fellas. As for the weather, it is pretty sheety (actually if I still had a deer tag it wouldn't be so bad
).

I am in Rapid City right now getting ready for an early Thanksgiving meal and there is a foot of snow on the ground. I am sure traveling 550 miles north tomorrow will be quite a treat.


Take care guys and get ready for snow Oak.

Schmalts-the weather was pretty poor for deer hunting. The day I shot mine, temps got into the 60's and it was windy as hell. Figures that once I get one on the ground the snow shows up again.
 

TheTone

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Nice bucks guys. Heck of a year for you mtmiller, all your bucks were beauts.
 

Bwana

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Way to go mtmiller, nothing wrong with that buck at all and thanks for posting the pictures.

Glad to hear you had a good time.
 
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