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Old 09-14-2017, 11:26 PM
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Old 01-05-2018, 09:35 PM
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New Year's update!

It's been a lean late fall and winter for the deer in these parts as we had the smallest mast crop that I can recall in quite a few years.

Add to that the near record cold, ice and snow and you've got some hungry deer, so I recently started feeding again a little bit earlier than usual.

The bucks didn't seem to mind that idea one bit..
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Good to see echo. Iím feeding mine now also. Hoping to find some sheds if I donít end up killing my big one.
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Good to see echo. Iím feeding mine now also. Hoping to find some sheds if I donít end up killing my big one.

Yeah, fishhunt after the deer season I've had I'm hoping for better luck with the sheds myself.

I've seen some really good bucks while hunting this year but it seemed like they were just out of range of whatever weapon I was using at the time or running after does without stopping - just a whole bunch of close calls that resulted in me not getting a shot off. Very frustrating year in the deer woods for sure but that's the way it goes sometimes.

Back in early December I finally killed a young buck on a WMA buck-only hunt just to secure some meat for the freezer.
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Old 01-06-2018, 02:16 PM
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Great pics as always Echo, I love the one with the really tall brows!!
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Thanks for sharing , that ol boy in the last picture looks like he had a rough winter !
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Great pics as always Echo, I love the one with the really tall brows!!
Thanks, David! I like to see some good brows on a buck myself.

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Thanks for sharing , that ol boy in the last picture looks like he had a rough winter !
Yeah, he's had a rough winter and a pretty rough life, antharper. He's one of those unfortunate deer that has some sort of jaw issue that causes his tongue to hang out all of the time. The summer is probably worse for him than the winter though with all of the biting flies and skeeters biting that exposed flesh. Was carrying two spikes on his head but dropped them both around Christmas. He hangs around so much nowadays I was thinking about putting up some sort of stall for him out back.

Here's a few more pics among my heavily browsed and rubbed azalea's and Throw and Grow patch. Probably be a good spot for a climber on the last evening tomorrow.
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WOW!!! That slick head buck looks ancient.
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Old 01-15-2018, 10:29 AM
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Nice photos Echo, always enjoy the scenery.
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Nice photos Echo, always enjoy the scenery.
Yep. I always enjoy Echo's buck threads. Wish I could get some hanging out around my crib.
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WOW!!! That slick head buck looks ancient.
Yeah, his face has some character for sure, white hair, ragged ears, heck his eyes are even an unusual color when seen up close. We call him "Tongue Boy." I don't really know how old he is as he just showed up last year as a small spike and I thought then that maybe he was just 1.5 or so but now I'm thinking he must be a bit north of that. I'm trying to help him get through these lean months till spring.

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Nice photos Echo, always enjoy the scenery.
Thank you, Johnson!

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Yep. I always enjoy Echo's buck threads. Wish I could get some hanging out around my crib.
Glad you do, elfiii! It's all about being in the right spot as far as getting them to hang around and come up close on a regular basis. Most places of course, it's just not going to happen.
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Wow!!! Here I've been excited to see four does feeding in my backyard for a few months now and waiting for a buck to show up. Can't imagine the excitement if I had half as many bucks as you have in these photos. Thanks for posting them.
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