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    Quote Originally Posted by Swamp Fox View Post
    You know all those stories about people following deer that they see all the time and even give names to? Are any of those summer deer that anyone can think of? If so, how big an area were these deer watchers watching?
    I don't make a habit out of naming things I'm going to be eating! LOL!

    Jon - looks good, keep us posted on their progress.

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    I like that squiggly rack buck, I think I'll name him "Squiggly"
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    Had some of the young ones coming to the salt lick, pretty cool pictures!



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    Some more. That doe is wondering why Swampy sits there in his underwear all day




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    Squiggly was at the feeder this am




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    He's a good-looking buck.

    You have several visitors with potential.

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    If I can't get them to show up in the daylight within the next month, I'll never get a chance at them because they will disappear
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    Nice pics Jon.

    I've been doing a ton of thinking about buck beds, summer ranges, etc. Do you have any idea where they're bedding now? Also, any idea where they will go in the near future or better yet why?

    I don't believe they do much of anything in the early season just random. There must be reasons for what they do. I'm trying to gain more understanding of buck bedding and why they switch areas, or do they really.

    I've got big plans for my cameras this Fall. I've found what I'm sure is a buck bedding area, and I am going to plant a camera in there and not check it again until the season is over. Stay tuned.

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