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The Trophies You'll Never Kill

The Trophies You'll Never Kill

Some trophy animals will never be killed by a hunter. Check out two trophies that are smart enough, or lucky enough, to live in a no-hunting oasis.
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from alanwebfoot wrote 3 years 46 weeks ago

not really ''into antlers all that much give me a greenhead or pintail but I [imo]think the clean typical elk has a nicer rack it ''aint'' always about points i.e. how many

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from pjsabella wrote 3 years 46 weeks ago

Reminds me of Vally Forge National Park in Pennsylvania. I used to go there and sit in a field and I can't tell you how many GIANT bucks that I saw. They walked right out in the open. I'm talking HUGE bucks. That's the first time I ever saw a drop tine buck too. And no one will ever experience killing those trophies. At least the pictures I took were nice!

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from The Captain wrote 3 years 46 weeks ago

Two phenomenal animals. If they did not feel so safe, there is a chance that no one would see these bruisers.

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from X2DKkiller wrote 3 years 46 weeks ago

How do you know no one will kill a trophy like that? I passed on a buck a few yrs ago that took me awhile to figure out it was a deer and not a elk. By the time I worked in for a shot the light was to bad to risk it and the deer is still going strong but I have the memorey as a trophy.

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from Mark Orlicky wrote 3 years 46 weeks ago

Dumb Animals... Right!!!
It's no accident they're where they are. Sure hope they can avoid the inevitable poachers out there. Love to see them both after they drop their velvet.

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from Ishi wrote 3 years 46 weeks ago

Many urban areas with an over population of deer are beginnng to allow hunting. I suspect we will begin to hear more stories of big backyard bucks.

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from cjohnsrud wrote 3 years 46 weeks ago

Two awesome trophies! I'd be happy with scoring a shed at some point.

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from X2DKkiller wrote 3 years 46 weeks ago

How do you know no one will kill a trophy like that? I passed on a buck a few yrs ago that took me awhile to figure out it was a deer and not a elk. By the time I worked in for a shot the light was to bad to risk it and the deer is still going strong but I have the memorey as a trophy.

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from cjohnsrud wrote 3 years 46 weeks ago

Two awesome trophies! I'd be happy with scoring a shed at some point.

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from Ishi wrote 3 years 46 weeks ago

Many urban areas with an over population of deer are beginnng to allow hunting. I suspect we will begin to hear more stories of big backyard bucks.

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from Mark Orlicky wrote 3 years 46 weeks ago

Dumb Animals... Right!!!
It's no accident they're where they are. Sure hope they can avoid the inevitable poachers out there. Love to see them both after they drop their velvet.

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from The Captain wrote 3 years 46 weeks ago

Two phenomenal animals. If they did not feel so safe, there is a chance that no one would see these bruisers.

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from pjsabella wrote 3 years 46 weeks ago

Reminds me of Vally Forge National Park in Pennsylvania. I used to go there and sit in a field and I can't tell you how many GIANT bucks that I saw. They walked right out in the open. I'm talking HUGE bucks. That's the first time I ever saw a drop tine buck too. And no one will ever experience killing those trophies. At least the pictures I took were nice!

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from alanwebfoot wrote 3 years 46 weeks ago

not really ''into antlers all that much give me a greenhead or pintail but I [imo]think the clean typical elk has a nicer rack it ''aint'' always about points i.e. how many

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