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More deer pics #7972630 09/14/20 12:52 AM
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These were off my 150 lb protein feeder. They've devoured 150 lbs of Record Rack in less than three weeks. The first one is a coyote who looks to be stalking an 8pt that needs another couple years.
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Last edited by Jeff in TX; 09/14/20 01:57 AM.

Distance is not an issue, but the wind can make it interesting!
Re: More deer pics, one a coyote stalking a buck [Re: Jeff in TX] #7972647 09/14/20 12:56 AM
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That coyote is a spike buck.


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Re: More deer pics, one a coyote stalking a buck [Re: Jeff in TX] #7972713 09/14/20 01:18 AM
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Yeah def not a tote. Deeer for sure. Whether doe or young buck doesn’t matter. But certainly no yote.

But based on body language and solo around another buck, chances are it’s a young buck

Re: More deer pics, one a coyote stalking a buck [Re: Jeff in TX] #7972744 09/14/20 01:37 AM
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Re: More deer pics, one a coyote stalking a buck [Re: BayouGuy] #7972787 09/14/20 01:56 AM
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Originally Posted by BayouGuy
That coyote is a spike buck.


Yeah, on my iphone it looked like a yote. My bad!

Last edited by Jeff in TX; 09/14/20 01:59 AM.

Distance is not an issue, but the wind can make it interesting!
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Great pics


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Feeding protein does add up quickly. We have 5 of these feeders each holds about 1750 pounds, this summer they emptied all 5 in 3-4 weeks 3 times.

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