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Tripod #8944991 10/28/23 12:41 PM
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Enjoyed watching this deer yesterday evening. Have had him on my game camera for three years. He is missing his right front leg at the shoulder. He is very narrow and doubt he ever be legal. He ate some corn, licked some branches, and then found a tree and made a rub. All while hopping around on three legs. It’s amazing how resilient they can be. I’ll be interested to see if he is around next year.

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Re: Tripod [Re: Easttexas] #8945002 10/28/23 01:25 PM
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Yes, it is amazing you they can overcome such obstacles.

Re: Tripod [Re: Easttexas] #8945069 10/28/23 04:46 PM
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Probably caused by a poor placed shot, surprised the yotes have not gotten him yet.


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