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Ok guys, Lets see some bucks!

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First trail camera, First buck....but not my last one....only a dinky little 6pt

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Got this one after season ended. Never saw this buck during season while hunting, did get a lot of different pictures of him. Saw him again crossing a field in front of the house still with antlers about the first week in March!

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Here is one of mine...I was fortunate enough to Kill this Buck on Oct 26th 2004.. I have 14 or so Pictures of him alive. This is one of the better shots.

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We were fortunate enough to have photographed this buck 2 years in a row, its hard to get his picture and not have the camera wash him out. Maybe someone will have a suggestion for preventing this.

 

He's in Wisconsin and they are protected so we know he's still around. We have posted him before.

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WOW...thats has to be the prettiest buck i have ever seen!! even his velvet is white!!! very very cool Buck!!! :cool:

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wow I was gunna vote for Full Fan's as the best....but that there white buck sure is impressive

 

he must live in a very safe spot cuz legal or not I would almost expect some knucklehead to poach him once they knew about him

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One of mine:

 

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Awesome pics guys, but that white deer of arrowsmiths just blew me away!! Gosh what a beautiful animal. I am glad they protect deer like that because they are just so rare. But I wonder, if they protect them, years from now, with them passing on their white genes, will there be larger and larger amounts of these white deer?

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That albino deer is awesome. :cool:

 

Are there many of those things around up there? The way I understand it, the albino's dont pass along the gene. It is an abscense of a gene that causes it. Smae way with humans also. Isnt that the way you understand it HN?

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