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Same deer? #7958192 09/01/20 07:23 PM
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Is this the same deer, the 10 under the feeder is a regular comes nearly everyday the other I think is different deer but couple of my buddies think it it’s same deer, thoughts? My reasoning they are different based on brows and way main beams finish out

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There’s 2 deer in the first pic.

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Different bucks


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Second deer beams turn in way more.


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I agree - different deer

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2 different bucks


………..& both very nice ones at that!


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I'd shoot the first buck in a heartbeat over the second one.


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Originally Posted by stxranchman
I'd shoot the first buck in a heartbeat over the second one.

The first one being the one with beams that wrap way around inward??

If so, me to!!


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the one with the beams that curl In, I think hes 4. he is on the let walk right now may change once he rubs out of velvet.

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Different. Browse are shorter on #2


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The second one...with shorter brows and wrapped around beams looks older than 4 to me in that one pic.


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glad I'm not the only who thought it was different deer, was the first pic I have gotten of the buck that's not completed in the picture hopefully I will get better pics of him within the next week of so. thanks for the responses

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Originally Posted by stxranchman
The second one...with shorter brows and wrapped around beams looks older than 4 to me in that one pic.


there is good chance he is, just don't wanna jump the gun on shooting young deer, first year on my place in north texas adjusting to the different body sizes and not sure what to expect place hasn't been hunted in 2 plus years

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Different Bucks


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Originally Posted by Stetsonoverton
the one with the beams that curl In, I think hes 4. he is on the let walk right now may change once he rubs out of velvet.

Just from that one picture of that deer he looks older than 4 to me.
I'm judging by his face and more by the way the base of his neck and front of his chest droop down and the extra skin there.

I think the deer in the picture standing just to the left of the feeder with the longer brow tines is younger than the short brow tine deer with the wrap around beams.


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The hd photos came in forsure different deer

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Those are both mature bucks, 5+.

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Originally Posted by stxranchman
Different bucks


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Originally Posted by Stetsonoverton
The hd photos came in forsure different deer

What are you seeing on the deer with the long brow tines that I am not that says he is a mature deer?
I can't see enough of the deer to tell and his face to me really does not look all that old and neither does his neck as I don't see much if any saggy skin on it like most mature bucks tend to have this time of year.


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The tight ten shed his velvet night before last. Bigger 10 still fuzzy above the head

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Yep. Just a few minutes apart. Same as the first pics. Short brow tines

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Originally Posted by Stetsonoverton




The tight ten shed his velvet night before last. Bigger 10 still fuzzy above the head

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Both great deer but the one in velvet still is a hoss!


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The tight ten shed his velvet night before last. Bigger 10 still fuzzy above the head

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Both great deer but the one in velvet still is a hoss!


Yes, but the 3rd pic is the 2nd buck that is still in velvet.


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The tight ten shed his velvet night before last. Bigger 10 still fuzzy above the head

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Both great deer but the one in velvet still is a hoss!


Yes, but the 3rd pic is the 2nd buck that is still in velvet.



yes he is one im chasing this season as of right now hopefuly can get him early with the bow. first season up in north texas excited for the season.

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