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Interesting Deer #5254870 08/15/14 04:24 PM
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I have had many pictures of this young deer. I hope he can live for a few more years to see his potential.

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Double beamed on the right side? Would be nice to see what he grows into in a couple of seasons.


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Very young buck cheers My guess is he won't look like that next year but be more normal looking. Find an ear mark, notch, patch of hair to mark him by in your pics so you can find him if he doesn't stay NT looking next year.



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