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post #1 of 27 (permalink) Old 09-03-2019, 11:26 AM Thread Starter
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New Lugnut Picture - a good one!!!

Getting very few pictures of him this year, so they are gold when he shows up. Can't tell if he has any G4s from this angle. A blury side view picture looks like he might have 2 inch G4s. Hard to tell. Either way, heck of a frame on him.
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post #2 of 27 (permalink) Old 09-03-2019, 11:28 AM
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Holy crap! That buck is exceptional, glad to see he’s doing well. Good luck!
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I would like to know what he weighs!!!
Even with that huge rack he still looks enormous. Id like to see him taken by a lucky hunter!
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post #4 of 27 (permalink) Old 09-03-2019, 01:37 PM Thread Starter
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I would like to know what he weighs!!!
Even with that huge rack he still looks enormous. Id like to see him taken by a lucky hunter!
He's going to be a load. We've had some big bodied bucks. Wait until late October and he's all swollen up. I'll bet he's around 260 live weight or more.
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He’s a brute!! I like seeing his pics!

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What a buck! Tines look taller than previous years?
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Do you think his spread comes out around his ears?? Wow. I know you rarely get a glimpse of him during hunting season but curious of how concentrated of an area you get his pictures at this time of year? I'm always curious of where / how mature bucks spend their days outside of the rut, especially in big woods. I had a buck that we had on camera in big woods for about 4 years (first pic was about a 120" 10 pt) and he ended up being killed a few hundred yards away from where I got his first picture as about 155" 10 pt. He was only seen one time in the daylight before he was shot and that was during the rut dogging a doe. Most pictures I was getting of him were also at around 2-3am. This is really amazing to see a buck of this caliber year after year in PA. I do hope you get a crack at him but I appreciate you posting these pictures for all of us to enjoy!
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Holy crap

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Lugnut, thanks for stopping by again! I was beginning to miss him!
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post #10 of 27 (permalink) Old 09-03-2019, 04:31 PM Thread Starter
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Do you think his spread comes out around his ears?? Wow. I know you rarely get a glimpse of him during hunting season but curious of how concentrated of an area you get his pictures at this time of year? I'm always curious of where / how mature bucks spend their days outside of the rut, especially in big woods. I had a buck that we had on camera in big woods for about 4 years (first pic was about a 120" 10 pt) and he ended up being killed a few hundred yards away from where I got his first picture as about 155" 10 pt. He was only seen one time in the daylight before he was shot and that was during the rut dogging a doe. Most pictures I was getting of him were also at around 2-3am. This is really amazing to see a buck of this caliber year after year in PA. I do hope you get a crack at him but I appreciate you posting these pictures for all of us to enjoy!
We have a clover field and an orchard that he shows up to in the middle of the night. That's where the deer kinda socialize and feed at night. I can usually count on getting a picture of him at night there....late at night.

In the summer, there have been trail cam pictures in a about a 1/2 square mile area.
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