Archive for tag: whitetail deer

Nice Guard Dog

March 30, 2011 Sightings

The storylines just write themselves.

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“So He Wasn’t A Cull?”

August 6, 2010 Deer, Video

Note to self: when your buddy invites you on a cull hunt at his game farm, don’t shoot something that costs more than the beer.  This 180-class buck with a drop tine likely cost the hunter $14,000.

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Rough Dude. Nice Buck.

July 15, 2010 Deer

No idea who the hunter is (thanks Beach Billy!) but that is one nice South Carolina buck!  It was taken near Camden (east of Columbia).  But c’mon, the guy makes the photo.  Poor fella needs a cold beverage.

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Patience Pays Off For 13yr Old Hunter

June 23, 2010 Deer, Featured

Jamie Land of Manning, South Carolina dropped this fine buck during what turned out to be a tough season all over the state.  With a bumper crop of acorns on the ground coupled with a late frost, deer were tough to come by on most stands but coming from a family that knows a few […]

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South Carolina Deer Cull

June 21, 2010 Deer

Echaw Creek Plantation was the site of this deer cull and an impressive collection of what they consider to be non-trophies. Located in Berkeley County near McClellanville, the small fishing village north of Charleston which was the site of Hurricane Hugo’s landfall in 1989, Echaw Creek is in prime coastal deer country.  No word on […]

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Trophy Roadkill

June 10, 2010 Sightings

This massive whitetail was supposedly a roadkill victim near Wahpeton, North Dakota.

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Tangled NoDak Bucks

June 8, 2010 Featured, Heroes, Wildlife In Action

A couple of bruisers get it on at the southern end of Golden Valley County near Beach, North Dakota last fall, ultimately coming to a standstill as their headgear locks up.  Fortunately, local ranchers were able to rope one of them and hold them steady long enough to bring in a chainsaw and remove enough […]

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Deer Blown Away And Lives

March 23, 2010 Heroes

Kudos to the helicopter pilot for giving a helping hand to this yearling that was wandered on to thin ice.

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