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Cool picture #8399136 09/27/21 12:39 PM
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I'd love to get a better picture of the one in the back ground. He never came to the feeder. I thought the one jumping the fence from the protein feeder was cool!

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I think that is the same buck in both pics...the bigger one walking away and the one jump out of the feed pen. cheers


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Re: Cool picture [Re: Jeff in TX] #8399192 09/27/21 01:18 PM
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Yep, same buck. And your backwards date rustles my jimmies.


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Originally Posted by QuitShootinYoungBucks
Yep, same buck. And your backwards date rustles my jimmies.

I agree that it sure looks like the same buck

And where is this at that it was 32 degrees on 9/20?
We had lows at our place in Schleicher county in the mid to upper 40s a couple mornings last week.


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Originally Posted by ILUVBIGBUCKS
Originally Posted by QuitShootinYoungBucks
Yep, same buck. And your backwards date rustles my jimmies.

I agree that it sure looks like the same buck

And where is this at that it was 32 degrees on 9/20?
We had lows at our place in Schleicher county in the mid to upper 40s a couple mornings last week.


My cameras give both Celsius and Fahrenheit. If you look it was actually 89 degrees. Interesting everyone thinks it’s the same deer. Though the feeder and protein feeders are on different ends of the ranch. Not saying it’s not, could be but I usually see different deer on the north part of the ranch. These guys still need another year or so!


Distance is not an issue, but the wind can make it interesting!
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Originally Posted by Jeff in TX
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Yep, same buck. And your backwards date rustles my jimmies.

I agree that it sure looks like the same buck

And where is this at that it was 32 degrees on 9/20?
We had lows at our place in Schleicher county in the mid to upper 40s a couple mornings last week.


My cameras give both Celsius and Fahrenheit. If you look it was actually 89 degrees. Interesting everyone thinks it’s the same deer. Though the feeder and protein feeders are on different ends of the ranch. Not saying it’s not, could be but I usually see different deer on the north part of the ranch. These guys still need another year or so!

How far as the crow flies is one spot from the other.
It is not uncommon for a buck to travel a long, long ways during before and during the rut. Not nearly so much when in a summer pattern provided there is plenty of groceries and water around of course


High fence, low fence, no fence, it really doesn't matter as long as you're hunting!
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Originally Posted by ILUVBIGBUCKS
Originally Posted by Jeff in TX
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Originally Posted by QuitShootinYoungBucks
Yep, same buck. And your backwards date rustles my jimmies.

I agree that it sure looks like the same buck

And where is this at that it was 32 degrees on 9/20?
We had lows at our place in Schleicher county in the mid to upper 40s a couple mornings last week.


My cameras give both Celsius and Fahrenheit. If you look it was actually 89 degrees. Interesting everyone thinks it’s the same deer. Though the feeder and protein feeders are on different ends of the ranch. Not saying it’s not, could be but I usually see different deer on the north part of the ranch. These guys still need another year or so!

How far as the crow flies is one spot from the other.
It is not uncommon for a buck to travel a long, long ways during before and during the rut. Not nearly so much when in a summer pattern provided there is plenty of groceries and water around of course


It's about 3/4 of a mile. Not far in the big picture. However, because of the lay of the ranch in the spring and summer, we tend to see different deer on the north section of the ranch verses the south section. When the rut comes in all bets are off. We do on occasions see the same bucks north and south. Even the hogs we see, we usually see different groups north and south but not always.


Distance is not an issue, but the wind can make it interesting!
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Originally Posted by ILUVBIGBUCKS
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Originally Posted by QuitShootinYoungBucks
Yep, same buck. And your backwards date rustles my jimmies.

I agree that it sure looks like the same buck

And where is this at that it was 32 degrees on 9/20?
We had lows at our place in Schleicher county in the mid to upper 40s a couple mornings last week.


My cameras give both Celsius and Fahrenheit. If you look it was actually 89 degrees. Interesting everyone thinks it’s the same deer. Though the feeder and protein feeders are on different ends of the ranch. Not saying it’s not, could be but I usually see different deer on the north part of the ranch. These guys still need another year or so!

How far as the crow flies is one spot from the other.
It is not uncommon for a buck to travel a long, long ways during before and during the rut. Not nearly so much when in a summer pattern provided there is plenty of groceries and water around of course

Probably a good chance it is a different deer than in both pics.


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My bad on this one. I thought this was the protein feeder on the north part of the ranch. A more thorough look and it's the south protein feeder. They really look very similar. The south protein feeder is less than 200 yards as the crow flies so it may be the same buck. I'll pull the camera cards later this week. Hopefully I have some better pics of them.


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