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Old 08-07-2019, 11:58 AM   #26 (permalink)
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Got this guy during Archery season, private land A zone, 40 yards

good looking buck....
silly that you can hunt them while still in velvet.
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Got this guy during Archery season, private land A zone, 40 yards
Sweet. Good buck.
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Old 08-07-2019, 03:36 PM   #29 (permalink)
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good looking buck....
silly that you can hunt them while still in velvet.
Most of the bucks on this land are just out of velvit. This was one of 2 on my game cam that still had it. The antler on this guy is fully hard underneath. He was going to scrape it any day.
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Killed a velvet 3x3 opening day of rifle season. Anybody wanna post up pics of him for me?
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good looking buck....
silly that you can hunt them while still in velvet.
Theres a season here that runs June 1-February 28...you can even hunt em after they shed
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Theres a season here that runs June 1-February 28...you can even hunt em after they shed
Then you have to shed hunt to match up the antlers with the deer.
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Then you have to shed hunt to match up the antlers with the deer.
Yep...amongst the biggest and most aggressive black bears in the world. And the deer bag limits are 5 a day, 15 posession! Problem is that its $600 in ferries one way.
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good looking buck....
silly that you can hunt them while still in velvet.
Why exactly is that silly?
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Good looking buck Chevota!! Looks related to mine lol
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Good looking buck Chevota!! Looks related to mine lol
Thanks.
My deer has a tiny little fawn sized head with over 111" (105" after deduction) of fuzz.
Curious as to what your buck scores.
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My deer has a tiny little fawn sized head with over 111" (105" after deduction) of fuzz.
Curious as to what your buck scores.
I havnt measured him yet, I'll find some time this week and let you know. Is your antler hard underneath? I've been toying with trying to do a euro mount with velvet...
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I havnt measured him yet, I'll find some time this week and let you know. Is your antler hard underneath? I've been toying with trying to do a euro mount with velvet...
Ya always hard underneath come archery season. There's actually a recent HUSHIN video where a mule deer buck breaks off while still growing.
My bucks velvet was within hour of coming off. After those pics were taken I rolled him down to creek and then after boning him out I carried head out two miles in hand so it got 30% stripped off and is peeling like a banana now.
Look into stripping it and reapplying the faux velvet after you euro it.
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Why exactly is that silly?
wrong word used, more like weird, but i am from the east, where we do not start hunting till October, after the antlers have stop growing and are out of velvet.
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and here we are one year later lol

We got on 2 great bucks yesterday, Great size for being coastal bucks



22" antlers! I bet both of these bucks are alot smaller than they used to be in their peak.
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Nice 3 pointers rooster.

I had a 3 pointer at 20-25yds Friday morning. Was in the pines and I couldn't make out his antlers so I pulled up my binos, saw he was legal, drew back and he ran off as I settled my pin.

Later I arrowed a black bear but shot was through tall grass and I didn't have time to range him. Hit high shoulder as I guessed 25yds but was downhill so more like 20. Grass may have effected shot placement as well. Either way I followed tracks downhill for probably 300yds before I found blood. Followed it out until it got too dark. Sporadic dark drops of muscle blood. Less than ideal but never found him.
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Nice 3 pointers rooster.

Thank you chev! the bigger one was shot at 385 yards and it took us until the next morning to find it but nothing got to it and it was a clean shot so it bled out quick, I got mine from 30 yards and it landed 3' infront of where the truck was parked haha. Ive seen more deer this season than the last 5 years combined, last winter was good to us down here.
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Old 09-09-2019, 05:24 PM   #46 (permalink)
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Tagged out for deer in California again. First bow buck.

https://www.rokslide.com/forums/thre...b-zone.142015/

Here's a story and pics if the link works. If not or if somebody wants to put the pics up for me here pm me.
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