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#5649244 - 03/12/15 11:02 PM Same axis?
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One day apart on trail camera. I cropped the second picture to make the axis a little bigger in the frame. Caudles look longer on first buck, but I'm not sure if it only appears that way because his head is down while the second buck has his head up.

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#5649320 - 03/13/15 12:25 AM Re: Same axis? [Re: JMalin]
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Brows are definitely different. Not the same deer.

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#5649497 - 03/13/15 08:38 AM Re: Same axis? [Re: TexFlip]
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Originally Posted By: TexFlip
Brows are definitely different. Not the same deer.


Agree with TexFlip, not the same buck!
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#5649567 - 03/13/15 09:37 AM Re: Same axis? [Re: JMalin]
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Nice looking bucks up
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#5649748 - 03/13/15 11:43 AM Re: Same axis? [Re: JMalin]
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Markings on the left front quarter look similar to me. Brows may look different due to angle. I'm thinking it's the same buck
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#5649885 - 03/13/15 01:15 PM Re: Same axis? [Re: Elkhunter49]
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Originally Posted By: Elkhunter49
Originally Posted By: TexFlip
Brows are definitely different. Not the same deer.


Agree with TexFlip, not the same buck!


X3 ...it is a different buck

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#5649893 - 03/13/15 01:19 PM Re: Same axis? [Re: JMalin]
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Lucky you, two different axis to go after rifle
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#5651983 - 03/15/15 10:09 AM Re: Same axis? [Re: JMalin]
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Definitely 2 good looking axis
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#5651986 - 03/15/15 10:13 AM Re: Same axis? [Re: JMalin]
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No, forks are definitely different.

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#5651988 - 03/15/15 10:15 AM Re: Same axis? [Re: landsurveyor]
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Originally Posted By: landsurveyor
Markings on the left front quarter look similar to me. Brows may look different due to angle. I'm thinking it's the same buck


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#5652192 - 03/15/15 01:20 PM Re: Same axis? [Re: JMalin]
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Not the same you have some nice axis on that play. Let them grow until hard horned they will be big.

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#5652793 - 03/15/15 09:15 PM Re: Same axis? [Re: Auctioneer1]
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Originally Posted By: Auctioneer1
Not the same you have some nice axis on that play. Let them grow until hard horned they will be big.


That's the plan. Already have a good one on the wall, so it's not hard exercising some patience and restraint. I just hope they stick around once they finish and rub out. Had a nice one coming in last year and he disappeared shortly after went hard horn.

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