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Some hammers. Nice work 👍


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Originally Posted by roundoak
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I can't imagine putting together 3,000 contiguous acres in that part of the country would be very easy.

You're blessed!
Not contiguous acres. Some parcels as small as 20 acres prime habitat.


That makes more sense given your topography!


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Man that’s awesome deer there and prime hunting grounds. Lots of nice deer for short season


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There's some good chewin there! Awesome job , Dudes!

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Y'all done good


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Thanks for sharing, every year I look for you and Skane's post. very nice Bucks!!


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roundoak,

Your camp should get the 2021 "Big Buck" award for every hunter. Geezz....a great hunting area and camp for all who scored big this year.

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I can’t imagine a 9 day gun season. I’d have to move.

Our archery season is 9/12->10/9. Primitive weapons 10/10->10/16. Gun season 10/17->1/10.


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Really nice bunch of deer for sure. congrats to all


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I have a shotgun so I have no need for a 30-06.....
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Roundoak, Outstanding deer, but I've been reading here long enough to realize that your group does this year after year and as a northern woods hunter, I wonder how that southwest country can grow those big ones every year and not deplete the resource?


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Originally Posted by Windfall
Roundoak, Outstanding deer, but I've been reading here long enough to realize that your group does this year after year and as a northern woods hunter, I wonder how that southwest country can grow those big ones every year and not deplete the resource?


Jeff,
Ya don't see any 2.5 and 3.5 y/o bucks in the picts, do ya? whistle laugh


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Fabulous ! That last one looks like it has some muley genetics.

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Originally Posted by SKane
Originally Posted by Windfall
Roundoak, Outstanding deer, but I've been reading here long enough to realize that your group does this year after year and as a northern woods hunter, I wonder how that southwest country can grow those big ones every year and not deplete the resource?


Jeff,
Ya don't see any 2.5 and 3.5 y/o bucks in the picts, do ya? whistle laugh

Maybe a 3.5 now and again. QDM at its finest. My boys hunt that neck of the woods and the wife is getting pissed at the taxidermy bill every year. Some years back the DNR proposed a trophy only county, Taylor I think, but it never happened. Private land, outstanding food, no winter stress and the predators are mostly two legged.


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Holy moly. Great bucks. Thanks for sharing.

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Originally Posted by shawlerbrook
Fabulous ! That last one looks like it has some muley genetics.


Funny you should say that. When I first saw that bucks face I thought mulie.


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There are some real toads in that bunch - thanks for the pix.


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Originally Posted by Windfall
Originally Posted by SKane
Originally Posted by Windfall
Roundoak, Outstanding deer, but I've been reading here long enough to realize that your group does this year after year and as a northern woods hunter, I wonder how that southwest country can grow those big ones every year and not deplete the resource?


Jeff,
Ya don't see any 2.5 and 3.5 y/o bucks in the picts, do ya? whistle laugh

Maybe a 3.5 now and again. QDM at its finest. My boys hunt that neck of the woods and the wife is getting pissed at the taxidermy bill every year. Some years back the DNR proposed a trophy only county, Taylor I think, but it never happened. Private land, outstanding food, no winter stress and the predators are mostly two legged.


Plenty of wolves, bears, and coyotes in Taylor Co. hell, there’s wolves and coyotes down by RO. Plenty of public land too.


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Some real studs there ,
Are these taken thru drives or stand hunts? combo?

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CONGRATS. Nice looking bucks.

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Originally Posted by rong
Some real studs there ,
Are these taken thru drives or stand hunts? combo?

Stands, drives, still hunting and one while spreading manure.


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