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is this a deer named Stub? #7980099 09/19/20 12:34 PM
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Re: is this a deer named Stub? [Re: Hudbone] #7980116 09/19/20 12:51 PM
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Clean the gene pool before he starts spreading bad genetics. rifle

Re: is this a deer named Stub? [Re: Hudbone] #7980119 09/19/20 12:53 PM
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If date on gamecam is correct, he should be called Dinner - years ago!

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That protein feeder isn’t working for him.


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He'll be named Burger if he steps in front of me during the open season.


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Re: is this a deer named Stub? [Re: Hudbone] #7981020 09/20/20 01:53 PM
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Dork deer I have one around here also.

Re: is this a deer named Stub? [Re: Hudbone] #7981021 09/20/20 01:56 PM
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It seems like we get a goofy deer like that almost every year. Sausage deer


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Cut 'em! elmer

i never have seen that spike again that i rattled in last year...

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In okla, I had many deer that would run that one sided spike one year then go back to matching multi-fork next year. Almost always in a lower age class. On occasion I’d get one in upper age class, but I think older age class was injury related more so then environmental or maternal condition of the younger deer


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