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Discussion in 'Trail Cam Photos & Pics from the stand' started by citybowhunter, Nov 4, 2010.
I think he has mass and age.
:2thumbsup: Good looking deer! Looks like you should have been there hunting!
[rquote=1879215&tid=130889&author=Parker]:2thumbsup: Good looking deer! Looks like you should have been there hunting!
This is across the street on a property that doesn't allow hunting. It's a bedding area and crossing area. I work with them to make sure there aren't any trespassers which helps keep the deer alive until they get some age on them. The more illegal hunters I run out of there the better opportunities I have at more mature and better bucks.
Same camera. I'm thinking this guy looks familiar. I'm hoping he's the horse guy that's always looking for his horses that get out regularly. I'm hoping, otherwise I'd be pretty upset about this picture.
well the trespassers dont look like they are out hunting! so i would stay herding livestock is a better idea...but still trespassing! i suggest a lock box on it if there aint one already
Ya Buddy!!! That's a good deer!!!
[rquote=1879235&tid=130889&author=montgohunter]well the trespassers dont look like they are out hunting! so i would stay herding livestock is a better idea...but still trespassing! i suggest a lock box on it if there aint one already[/rquote]
I have four cameras going and they are in lock boxes. I haven't had one stolen yet.
Whats that in his hand???
pair of gloves, game camera??..........:shrug:
I'm hoping it's gloves, a rope or something to cover the horses eyes as he leads it off the property. I've gotten pictures of the same guy before (I think he's the same guy) shortly after his horses ran by one of my game cameras. He didn't go out the same way he went in and wasn't too concerned about the camera. I think I'm ok with this event. I hate trespassers!
Hope you get him.
Sure looks horsey.
i'm betting warm-blooded, not cold-blooded stock, eh?:rof2:
Oh, and that's a heck of a deer. Can't wait to see your hands around that rack.