10 point or better bucks on trail cams

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some of my favorite from "last season" but this year.






"Ethical behavior is doing the right thing when no one else is watching, even when the wrong thing is legal"

-Aldo Leopold 

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Let me get right on that....

Ya I got pics and videos that are true jaw dropping holy crap pics.

Most from friends who hunt not far from me,a few from my spot.

Those guys would face punch me if I posted them. Most make me see them in person, a few will send SOME pics.if I swear not to show anyone.

Is not hard to read some guys posts and figure out just where they hunt. Some even post arial pics. with roads on them to make it even easier.

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