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The mild, dry weather we have been having along the front range has been easy on the deer and the bucks seem to be fat and healthy. Except for a few broken antlers that ocurred during the rut the bucks apppear to be in great shape.


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Wow...I would like to have one of those on the wall! ;D

Nice pics man!

D.J.
 

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Nice pics! I drove thru a few areas out by Parker today and saw a ton of Deer, only 1 buck that was close to the smallest in your photo's. I hope my girlfriend shoots one before the season ends. It's the first tag she's ever drawn.

I'm hoping she shoots a young doe, truly. Meats a little better IMO
 

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Great pics! Pic #1 couldnt have been taken any more perfect and good side shot in #6. That buck in pics #3 and #4 has good mass. #2 and #5 cool sequence of seeing the buck when he wasnt broke and after he was broke
 

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The_Mad_Catter™ said:
Great pics! Pic #1 couldnt have been taken any more perfect and good side shot in #6. That buck in pics #3 and #4 has good mass. #2 and #5 cool sequence of seeing the buck when he wasnt broke and after he was broke
Thanks MC. You did a pretty good job of summarizing all of these photos. There was 4 days between #2 and #5.

Thanks for the comments guys.
 

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The_Mad_Catter™ said:
Keep tabs on Buck #1 next year he is going to be a SMOKER
I agree. I will be looking for him this summer when he starts growing his new head gear. Here is another shot of him that I really like.


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