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    but no 12 .....
    there seems to be 5 or 6 , 8 points in there
    2 10 points 2 9 nine points the one 11
    and one 7 , we did have a small 6 but he seems to have gone astray .
    over the time we have owned this little place we have not seen many small bucks .
    not sure why there are not more young ones around .
    i wondered the first year why and still dont see many in the 1.5 range .
    one year there seemed to be a few younger age class hanging around and we even had a spike .
    intersting mix , i imagine alot of the local population spend a fair amount of time in the woodlot across the pasture . there isnt much in the way of thickets out there in cattle pasture country .
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    Nice looking groceries!
    12ís are hard to come by at our place.



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    I feel sorry for you, no small bucks! I need the young, dumb ones or I'd never see any.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Redge View Post
    Nice looking groceries!
    12’s are hard to come by at our place.



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    you know i had one that was last year and this year he is a 9 i forgot to count , have not seen him in a few weeks , might be in someone's freezer
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    Quote Originally Posted by MCG1 View Post
    I feel sorry for you, no small bucks! I need the young, dumb ones or I'd never see any.
    The bucks at our place seem to be all in the same league on the smart factor .
    The 2 bucks on the right in that photo you can about set your clock to .
    They come in to that feeder daily a few minutes after it slings corn most of the time
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    Those are some good deer. We have been looking into getting some automatic feeders, just haven't pulled the trigger on them yet.

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    feeders here in texas are an integral part of getting these deer in decent range for a harvest .
    without one they are fairly unpredictable and often show up hundreds of yards away from where you patterned them days before .
    cant tell you the number of hunts i have been on here without a feeder and had the buck i wanted show up 400 yards away from where he was 3 days in row prior to that .
    the one problem with feeders is the nuisance wildlife that comes into them .
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