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Arrowhead

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Was up at our property this past weekend and one of my two cam's were at 20 pics. I knew it wouldn't last another week so I replaced the roll.

I got three differant deer. Two Bucks 1 Doe. The one buck, a forkhorn hung around awhile and there were at least eight shots of him. I picked out several for your viewing pleasure.

If you look at the doe pic, notice inside her right front leg where it meets the chest. Appears to be a rather large tick attached, at least that's my thought.

On my second cam I put it in a rather unique place. I'm hoping for some shot's that will be cool to share.....

Enjoy.

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Possum

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The doe may not have a tick.  We kill a lot of deer down here in SC that have these fatty "warts' growing on them.  They are safe to eat as any other deer.  The SCDNR says they are safe and I have forgotten the name of the condition these deer have.  We killed a buck one time that had about 15 to 20 pounds of the things on him.  That's what it looks like to me.  If it isn't, go to the store and stock up on 100% DEET.:smile-blue
 

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By the looks of them, the bucks will be some brutes in a couple of years.

Nice pics!
 

gizz

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Nice pics Arrowhead!
Seems a little large for a tick, I run from that sucker if it was!
 

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