|First Set of 2008 Trail Cam Pics
(We counted at least seven different bucks in 110
pictures over two weeks from July 12 - 26)
|This is a three-pointer if you count the brow tine on
the deer's right side. Maybe still growing?
|Pretty 6-pointer. We must have twenty pictures of
this deer from all angles and all times of day.
|Two shots of a one-sided, gnarly, non-typical deer
with a notch in his left ear. Might be a 10-ptr, but an
ugly one for sure.
|Two shots of a two-sided, gnarly, non-typical deer.
Seems unusual to have two deer with such odd
racks? There is a second buck in the lower picture,
but he could be the same 3-ptr as in the first
picture? I have not counted him in the seven.
|Two shots of a very pretty 6-ptr. Higher and wider
than the earlier six.
|I'm calling this a 9-ptr. That counts the little point at
the end of the buck's left main beam. Short tines,
but maybe decent width. Only one pic of this deer -
perhaps he was just passing through.
|The last pic on the camera. He's a little far away, but look
closely and he's easily the biggest of them all. Probably an
8-ptr. Definitely a wall-hanger for me. Let's hope we get a
close-up of him in the next two weeks!
|Two pics of an amazing deer that walks upright! You can
see in the second picture that it's obviously a buck. I think
the 6-ptr in the first pic is the same one from the earlier
picture. I have no idea what the rack of the upright deer