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Old 01-14-2018, 09:39 AM
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Got this buck walking across my foodplot. Never seen him before. Best on camera so far. Hope to see him again before season goes out in Alabama.
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Old 01-14-2018, 09:49 AM
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Nice mature looking buck. Best of luck in catching up with him before the season's out.
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Is it not 2 different bucks? That daylight pic he's a skinny looking thing. Similar pose with the night pic. Maybe right G3 difference. Looks like a 5 yr old at night. Going the same direction 6 1/2 hours later which isn't a big thing. Just looks way more mature at night. That blade looking beam looks similar though. If you get him he's gonna score more at night. lol Good luck
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Looks like father and son. Daylight deer a bit thinner thru the belly
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Yeah, I agree the first one looks skinnier than the one at night. I just can't believe that 2 deer that big walked across the same food plot on the same day. It is great if they are 2 different deer. I would take either one. The night picture is a very mature heavy bodied deer. I've been feeding corn at a feeder all summer and never got them on camera.
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one is much larger in body size

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one is much larger in body size

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Sure does look like it to me as well.
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Yeah, I agree the first one looks skinnier than the one at night. I just can't believe that 2 deer that big walked across the same food plot on the same day. It is great if they are 2 different deer. I would take either one. The night picture is a very mature heavy bodied deer. I've been feeding corn at a feeder all summer and never got them on camera.
They will do that the day before and the day after you leave.
I would take either one if given the opportunity.
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I too thought it may be 2 bucks at first. I wonder if he is sucking in his huge gut during the day pic. Maybe a group of does were in the plot, and he felt the need to impress.

From the night pic, I say he is easily over 6 years old. 133 + gross
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Is it not 2 different bucks?
Looks like it to me too. Either way they/it's a great buck and I would be all over it like a cheap suit.

Scorewise around 130-135 depending on what the main beams come in at.
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six or older
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2 different bucks. Big one looks like a 5 year old at least, 130ish
daytime buck , I suppose a 3.5 year old in the 20's
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