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Regency Bridge Buck #2866637 12/24/11 06:49 AM
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Took the kids to see the bridge and this deer was next to road on the way.






Re: Regency Bridge Buck [Re: chewybmt] #2866648 12/24/11 06:57 AM
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That is one gnarly looking deer.


Re: Regency Bridge Buck [Re: DMan] #2866656 12/24/11 07:09 AM
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Cool looking deer. Hope those pecan trees have lots of pecans on the ground for him to eat. Looks like he could use some groceries



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Re: Regency Bridge Buck [Re: kmon11] #2866664 12/24/11 07:17 AM
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Freaky looking deer



Re: Regency Bridge Buck [Re: MVILL] #2866771 12/24/11 01:12 PM
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Was he moving ok ? He looks to be an old buck in rough shape. I like the rack.


Re: Regency Bridge Buck [Re: kmon11] #2866787 12/24/11 01:33 PM
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Very few pecans made in Mills county this year. Even the big pecan farms along the Colorado raised very little with the drought and heat. hammer


Re: Regency Bridge Buck [Re: KG68] #2866794 12/24/11 01:37 PM
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Hope he found a generous protien feeder in the area.




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Re: Regency Bridge Buck [Re: Chief Joe] #2866876 12/24/11 02:28 PM
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I believe that buck is behind the high fence right past the bridge?



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Re: Regency Bridge Buck [Re: NewJeep] #2866920 12/24/11 02:50 PM
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If he doesn't mind humans I'd be walking with him everywhere waiting for his sheds to drop xD


Re: Regency Bridge Buck [Re: Sunbergjo] #2866941 12/24/11 02:58 PM
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Man that buck is old. Cool.


Re: Regency Bridge Buck [Re: RedSnake] #2867089 12/24/11 03:43 PM
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Gnarly sucker



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Re: Regency Bridge Buck [Re: Cody Malone] #2868078 12/24/11 10:21 PM
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Freak!


Re: Regency Bridge Buck [Re: Cody Malone] #2868080 12/24/11 10:22 PM
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Re: Regency Bridge Buck [Re: txshntr] #2868194 12/24/11 11:28 PM
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Freak but definetly need protein


Re: Regency Bridge Buck [Re: sandman05] #2868246 12/25/11 12:00 AM
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Deer seldom eat pecans. I lived on a pecan farm for two years and cleaned LOTS of deer. Almost no pecans in their stomach. And, are yall sure thats not a antlered doe? Just throwin it out there. Looks kinda like the freaky racks does sometimes get.



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Re: Regency Bridge Buck [Re: NewJeep] #2868266 12/25/11 12:10 AM
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Originally Posted By: NewJeep
I believe that buck is behind the high fence right past the bridge?


Yea there's a high fence there in front of the houses and a feeder right in front of one of the houses. There were 4 bucks at the feeder and this was the best one.


Re: Regency Bridge Buck [Re: chewybmt] #2868739 12/25/11 04:10 AM
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Post mature. Cool buck.


Re: Regency Bridge Buck [Re: Justin T] #2868764 12/25/11 04:29 AM
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Where is the regency bridge?



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Re: Regency Bridge Buck [Re: poisonivie] #2868777 12/25/11 04:37 AM
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Originally Posted By: poisonivie
Deer seldom eat pecans. I lived on a pecan farm for two years and cleaned LOTS of deer. Almost no pecans in their stomach. And, are yall sure thats not a antlered doe? Just throwin it out there. Looks kinda like the freaky racks does sometimes get.


That was my first thought...


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Just north of San Saba out hwy 500 about 13 miles follow the signs from there



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