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Old 09-23-2010, 11:17 AM
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Default New trail cam pics.

Got these over the weekend. just getting around to posting them. should be a good year.
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Old 09-23-2010, 12:51 PM
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right on man! nice buck!!!! are you guys still in velvet? we just came out of it about a week ago.
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Old 09-23-2010, 02:23 PM
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right on man! nice buck!!!! are you guys still in velvet? we just came out of it about a week ago.
nope, out of velvet about 2 weeks now. already looks like they might be getting rutty. had some pics of bucks with black hocks already. been working scrapes also.
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K99 nice bucks. They look bigger than what I read about for deer in your area. What is a average buck's weight down there?
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Old 09-23-2010, 04:28 PM
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K99 nice bucks. They look bigger than what I read about for deer in your area. What is a average buck's weight down there?
these pics are from my lease in Southwest georgia. @20 east of Eufala, Ala. Back years (+15) ago some wisconsin whitetails were released in the area. Can still run into some deer with big body size. A good doe will go between 120 - 150 lbs. A good buck averages about 160 - 190 lbs. Although some of the bruisers will go over 200. Biggest one in the last 5 years weighed just over 225. and he was a PIG.
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HM, just saw your post on deer weights. the weights i listed above are on the hoof. I don't normally gut my deer on my lease. the processor is about 5 miles down the road and he charges the same if i do it or he does it. so i let him do it. lol
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K99 nice bucks. They look bigger than what I read about for deer in your area. What is a average buck's weight down there?

HaHA is that a set up ? HM

kemster that would be nice to just bring the deer to the processor
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kemster that would be nice to just bring the deer to the processor
i enjoy it. more time to hunt. our processors in town. (2 different guys) get $70 a deer. that is dressed, skinned, cut, wrapped and frozen. all your normal cuts. Sausage and jerky are extra @ $1.00 to 1.50 a lb. I do process my own hogs or if i harvest a deer in Fl. but it is just to easy in ga. to let the locals do it.
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delbert you're pretty good! I do my own processing just because the 1 time I had a commercial shop do it and took a tour of the place i knew right there I had to do my own. They would grind burger into a very large vat mixing with other's deer, and I also got about 1/2 the weight I should have.
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