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Busted up bucks #6966993
11/20/17 08:27 PM
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Have a few bucks which are already busted up showing up on camera. Is this something to be concerned with? (Weak genetics)

Or a good thing? (There's a big, bad, bruiser out there)


Re: Busted up bucks [Re: Texican] #6967066
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I think it means your buck to doe ratio is right on.

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Re: Busted up bucks [Re: Texican] #6967125
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Sometimes just happens, some deer are scrappers and fight it out some never break a point. We had a buck that hopped around from 11-13 points for a few years till we shot him as a typical 12. In prior years he had busted every tine of nearly level with the main beams, they looked like huge spikes with lumps on them.


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