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Porcupine or buck ???

I found these last year during rifleand was wondering what your guys opinion was.

The skinny one was found about 3/4 size of the picture now then found it about 8 inches bigger so I decided to take a photo of it.

The other one is a wider and completely smoothed off, which made me think it’s a porcupine chew
These were about 30 yards apart in line
Let me know what you think my try setting up there sometime this bow season !
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Yeah that’s what I thought. The second photo looks like a porcupine for sure but the skinny one had what appeared to be tine marks so not sure

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1st photo I’d say definitely a bruiser buck, you can see a couple tine marks. 2nd one porcupine, if that was a buck of that rubbing caliber you’d think the little saplings close to it would be rubbed too. Just my 2 cents

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1st photo I’d say definitely a bruiser buck, you can see a couple tine marks. 2nd one porcupine, if that was a buck of that rubbing caliber you’d think the little saplings close to it would be rubbed too. Just my 2 cents
Thanks there was a total of I think 4 rubs/chews? But the other two were a little smaller

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