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My Dyamic Duo, and their Scuffle on Camera #5983214 10/19/15 01:36 AM
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So, posted on here a few weeks ago and wasn't having deer at all on camera, made a few changes, and lets just say I have found the deer, with over 4000 pictures in a week at a 20 second delay. This mornings check however, was the coolest thing I have gotten on camera.. date and time is wrong I know..

In the Red Corner...





and in the Blue Corner....


and the war...


only stopping for a few breathers..


then completing a 13 minute fight on camera..


Re: My Dyamic Duo, and their Scuffle on Camera [Re: jcarroll3] #5983217 10/19/15 01:37 AM
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btw... my biggest dilemma is which one of them I am going to shoot given the opportunity they are together

Re: My Dyamic Duo, and their Scuffle on Camera [Re: jcarroll3] #5983218 10/19/15 01:38 AM
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Great pics. Some of the clearest night time pics I have seen.

Re: My Dyamic Duo, and their Scuffle on Camera [Re: jcarroll3] #5983221 10/19/15 01:38 AM
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cheers The one on the left appears to be a year older than the other one. But both are very nice bucks. up


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stxranchman, would you say probably 4.5 for the one on the left, and 3.5 for the other one. I am going to have access to this land next year, so I have thought about leaving the one on the right. My question is, do they have a 7 year old daddy running around in here somewhere.

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Originally Posted By: JCB
Great pics. Some of the clearest night time pics I have seen.


I figured I would give this camera a try since they were on super sale at Academy, and I absolutely love them. I have bought 3 more since I had this one.

This is the Moultrie 880I Gen II. not bad for a $99 camera.

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Originally Posted By: jcarroll3
stxranchman, would you say probably 4.5 for the one on the left, and 3.5 for the other one. I am going to have access to this land next year, so I have thought about leaving the one on the right. My question is, do they have a 7 year old daddy running around in here somewhere.

5 or 6 on the left buck and 4 or 5 on the one on the right.


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Okay awesome, well I am going to bust the first one of them to walk out, but given the opportunity at both I will likely shoot the older one.

bad news is going to be getting him out of the woods, back in the thicket I know they are going to run back into. Both of them look like they eat well. The younger buck looks like hes built like a race horse when hes standing next to the doe

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Get you a game cart from Cabelas or BPS. I have one to get bucks out of places I can not drive into with a vehicle.


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Re: My Dyamic Duo, and their Scuffle on Camera [Re: jcarroll3] #5983597 10/19/15 01:04 PM
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Wait a few more weeks and they will really be fighting, not just sparring. Great pics

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Thanks guys! I can't wait to get back in the woods in the morning.

My best deer to date was only 122", and I am hoping to move that mark up some this season. Should both of these deer be higher than 122" ?

The older deer (10 pt due to kicker on g2) seems to have decent mass and tine length. I was guessing the thing to hurt him will be his beam length. I am not good at scoring, but I have him at 128" or so?

The younger (9 pt) has good beam length, a larger spread, and pretty solid tine length. Doesn't have the mass of the other though. I am guessing him at 134" or so?

I feel both are pretty solid deer for Smith County in East Texas

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