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Same buck 4 years in row?
I got a buddy who is excited for the upcoming season - thinking he will have a nice 5 year old non-typical to seek. Do you think it's the same buck? Thanks for your feedback.
Did you burst the guy's bubble? It is amazing that a buck died four years in a row with such similar antlers.
JAyG was fortunate enough to find these to close together last year
That's why I love coming to this place - I learn something new every day. I had no idea they shed their entire heads! Amazing!
I don't even know how to respond...but it did make me laugh.
Seems like he's been a shooter already.
Pat's thread regarding Fakebook and YouTube makes sense when you see this.
I was at an archery shop and they had some elk bones with broadheads in them displayed. The owner was showing one to a customer with a Phantom buried in it.
"This one was from last year. Hit him behind the shoulder on the left slightly quartering and this is the opposite leg"
"Huh, did you find him?"
"Well, you're holding his femur"
I so hope that whoever posted was posting as a joke. . . . but you never know anymore
Never knew they shed their whole head... learn something new every time I log onto Bowsite.
Looks like someone took out the entire crappy gene pool LOL
Clearly not the same buck, obviously. Do you see the sweep of the antler from the base on the top right? It's totally different from the other three. Any Hunter with any sense could see that…. ;^)
Oh yea, he will be a monster next year for sure. Good luck hunting him!!!
This cracked me up He will probably see a monster goofy rack this yr
Lol. Yeah but have no clue who Kyle is but he sure made me laugh.
See Jack! This is why I don't post anything about NJ whitetails. Ive been hunting this buck as well for the past 3 years and now EVERYONE knows about him....he'll go nocturnal for sure.
Definitely a shooter. In my experience, any buck that regrows his whole head has always become a booner in year 5. By year 7 the cranial regeneration really tapers off so u better get on it this year!
Apparently there is a doe dropping screwing buck fawns each year.
EHD maybe? I would think he's immune to it by now.