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    First matched set ever found... Click image for larger version

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    The chase is better than the catch...

  • #2
    Wow, cool. He must have been getting sick of both of them.


    • #3
      Boy would my Standard poodle be drooling over those! He can go through antlers like they're dog biscuits!
      Child of the tides


      • #4
        Hey Frank, That sure is a nice set of sheds. No brow tines? Is that common in your area?
        Michigan Yooper
        If You Don’t Stand for Something, You’ll Fall for Anything


        • BabaORiley
          BabaORiley commented
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          The brow tines are there Ron...theyre good sized ones also...the way that the antlers are laying kinda disguises them...bad camera angle...and I don't have a Lincoln MKX either...that was from my Moms old vehicle

      • #5
        I've seen deer with no brow tines in New England, it's not the norm, but it's also not considered super rare! Are you a hunter Ron? I love deer hunting myself


        • Ron Kelley
          Ron Kelley commented
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          I don't hunt as hard as i did decades ago. I have harvested may Whitetail Deer. There was a time when that was our only meat supply.

        • Pointhead
          Pointhead commented
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          @ronkelley that's super cool. I'd love to talk hunting sometime!! I'm in my arguably hardest hunting years right now. I find that my hunting instincts have helped me in a way with my connection to NA sites. It's hard to explain but I just understand where they would've camped

      • #6
        Extremely unusual to find them together like that.
        In life there are losers and finders. Which one are you?


        • #7
          Originally posted by 2ndoldman View Post
          Extremely unusual to find them together like that.
          Not when you put a slug in him.

          Jess b.

          It is a "Rock" when it's on the ground.
          It is a "Specimen" when picked up and taken home.

          ​Jessy B.


          • #8
            I have found one pair in my times out. I don't hunt for them, so not surprising. The pair I. Found were both in a field I hunt for points.