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Turkeys and deer fighting over corn and mineral lick. Turkey hatch looks pretty good for this year.
Couple of young Wisconsin bucks under a vine-scrape I hung up! These are magnets for the deer! If you haven't tried it....do!
This is a regular summer buck, he's been around every spring and summer i believe since '17 and every year come 3rd week of August just dissapears into thin air. He's very unique and now has cuts in both ears, but his left is very noticeable. Great to believe bucks can live to be mature 6,7,or even 8 years old. Along with the ear scares, he's always supported brow tines with tips curled, ever so slightly towards his nose/foward.
Mid-Summer velvet bucks! Gets the heart beating and the practice arrows flying! T-60 days here in MN.
Hey find some other bed!! My trail camera snapped a picture of this doe with a live rooster in it's mouth. Date is wrong on photo, was actually 7/20/21. Thought I read in setup that date and time didn't need set on remote cameras, that it took that info from home camera. Ooops! None the less, a pretty sweet capture by the doe and the cuddeback!
Image 1; One month growth has been phenomenal. He injured his left side, but it made his spread wider and grew a four inch eye guard at the base. Image 2; Surrounded by bucks , too early for this! Image 3; Clover has changed the turkey movement and these two toms are happy.