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I Don't Care If It's Photoshoped
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Contributors to this thread:
DL 23-Aug-16
earlyriser 23-Aug-16
bighorn 23-Aug-16
BobH92057 23-Aug-16
Treeline 24-Aug-16
LINK 24-Aug-16
Treeline 24-Aug-16
Mad_Angler 24-Aug-16
Bake 24-Aug-16
StickFlicker 24-Aug-16
x-man 24-Aug-16
Huntcell 25-Aug-16
Genesis 25-Aug-16
BTM 25-Aug-16
From: DL
23-Aug-16

DL's embedded Photo
DL's embedded Photo
This is what I dream about seeing. If it is photoshopped I have a photoshopped mind.

From: earlyriser
23-Aug-16
Hell of a pic either way!

From: bighorn
23-Aug-16
Which one?

From: BobH92057
23-Aug-16
Every hunters dream right there....

From: Treeline
24-Aug-16
That is a lot of choices for sure!

I counted 13 bucks. Not sure it is photo-shopped. In years past I have seen as many as 16 bucks in velvet together in one basin above treeline. It would be unusual to see them bunched like that though unless then had been jumped and then were holding up about which way to escape.

From: LINK
24-Aug-16
I'd shoot the one that's broadside between the two in the front watching me.;)

From: Treeline
24-Aug-16
You'd want to be careful or you would have 2 bucks wounded with one shot!

From: Mad_Angler
24-Aug-16
I'd take the texas heart shot on the far right one... but only if he was 101 yards away...

From: Bake
24-Aug-16
It must be my computer, but on my screen, it looks like a painting. . .

Pretty cool either way. That middle buck on the left has some forks. I kinda like him

From: StickFlicker
24-Aug-16
I thought it looked like a painting too, but agree with LINK on which one to take.

From: x-man
24-Aug-16
Kinda like flock-shooting mallards.

From: Huntcell
25-Aug-16
101 yard center mass and ya should've seen the ones that passed on!

Really a couple inches below the top of the sage for a full frontal no worries about what's in back.

From: Genesis
25-Aug-16
Is that a spear I'm seeing mid flight?

From: BTM
25-Aug-16
I copied that photo and pasted into an e-mail telling folks that it was shot out my rear window here in WY. Amazing how many thought it was real! No wonder so many phishing and Nigerian scams work. (Guess I need some smarter friends and relatives!)

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