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Moosie

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SOME dead animals... post a picture of an DEER that you've taken in the last "56" years, Doesn't matter if you've posted it before, POST it again !!!!
 
Here look at this again then :D :D
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THANX guys....(Flipper, ya show off ;))

NOW I'm off to the hills for a "DRIVE" ;)

Cali, I ain't seen that one before...

Anyone else ?!?!
 
Hope everyone likes to see a few dead mule deer.

Back in the college days, when hunting time was scarce...

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Every once in a while Dad shoots a good one.

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My wife really likes to shoot mule deer bucks.

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GREAT PICTURE'S all of them.
:cool: :cool:

<FONT COLOR="#800080" SIZE="1">[ 05-19-2002 20:15: Message edited by: Muledeer4me ]</font>
 
Here are the last 3 years. The whitetail with split G2's was in SD, the rest came from MT. No book animals, but they are getting a little bigger every year.

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<FONT COLOR="#800080" SIZE="1">[ 05-20-2002 06:37: Message edited by: mtmiller ]</font>
 
Those are some sweet deer Buzz. The last picture of your wife looks familiar, is it in a hunting magazine? Hope so, or it looks like I am guilty of hanging out at your house ;) .
 
Buzz, Flipper, Cali and mtmiller have shown us some nice animals they have taken. I will have to dig around for some pics now. Anyone else have any?
 
Couple of little ones from WY last fall...

My "oops"...(Don't I look happy :rolleyes: )

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Pete's buck (Full velvet in October!)

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Eric's buck (S-O-S...)

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Was really strange weather (October in Wyoming...duh!). The four of us took 6 animals in four days, all real "average", (4 bucks and 2 'lopes) but three of the four bucks were in full blown bloody velvet!
I mean- not EVEN starting to rub off- and the fourth buck still had shreds.

Any idea what gives this late in the year?
 
Here's a couple more from NW Montana (Bull River area):

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Note the split browtines on both sides! He had found the sheds of this buck two years prior! :eek:
 
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