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One buck, three years of antler growth.

by Scott Abbott 25. July 2009 22:26
Scott Abbott

Here is the only buck that I have ever got three years worth of photos from.... I thought it was a cool progression of photos showing his changes each year. Hope you guys enjoy it.

He started out as a decent looking yearling...  These first four photos were taken using a Moultrie D40 trail camera.



He didn't put on as much antler as I expected as a 2 year old, but he was a decent 100-110" buck anyhow.



Now as a three year old he took off pretty well, he has a great frame and spread.  I think he is now a pretty solid buck who I would shoot if given the opportunity this fall as we have a good bit of history together.  I saw him in 07 and 08 as well as finding his match set of sheds last winter.   These next two photos were taken with a DLC Covert Assassin II trail camera.  The deer in the last photo was blacked out to avoid any confusion on the buck in question.



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