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Troutbead
11-05-2018, 09:20 AM
Took the pic on my cell phone a couple of years ago. It was during bow season. I was just taking a hike and got within 30 feet of him before he stood up. Oh I wish I had drawn a tag....

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Rebar_Guy
11-05-2018, 06:54 PM
That is a STUD. Great picture.


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BigK
11-05-2018, 07:21 PM
I see bucks like that all the time off 99 near cosumnes river


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TROUTCHASER
11-06-2018, 03:41 AM
Don't forget, for all of us who had to eat a tag sandwich, be sure to send in your tags or go online to report our unsuccessful season which in California seems to be the norm.:disgust:

Troutbead
11-06-2018, 02:40 PM
I see bucks like that all the time off 99 near cosumnes river


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This was west of Redding.

Troutbead
11-06-2018, 04:36 PM
I see bucks like that all the time off 99 near cosumnes river


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those deer are considered mule deer. I believe that deer harvested west of I-5 are considered blacktails.

MKE
11-06-2018, 04:55 PM
those deer are considered mule deer. I believe that deer harvested west of I-5 are considered blacktails.No not at all!! I live East of the Sierra crest and have Blacktails, Muley's, and the hybrid crosses between the two.

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Troutbead
11-06-2018, 06:59 PM
No not at all!! I live East of the Sierra crest and have Blacktails, Muley's, and the hybrid crosses between the two.

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speaking for Boone and Crockett purposes


California — Beginning in Siskiyou County at the Oregon-California border, the boundary lies between townships R8W and R9W M.D.M., extending south to and along the Klamath River to Hamburg, then south along the road to Scott Bar, continuing south and then east on the unimproved road from Scott Bar to its intersection with the paved road to Mugginsville, then south through Mugginsville to State Highway 3, which is then followed to Douglas City in Trinity County, from which the line runs east on State Highway 299 to Interstate 5. The line follows Interstate 5 south to the area of Anderson, where the Sacramento River moves east of Interstate 5, following the Sacramento River until it joins with the San Joaquin River, which is followed to the south border of Stanislaus County. The line then runs west along this border to the east border of Santa Clara County. The east and south borders of Santa Clara County are then followed to the south border of Santa Cruz County, which is then followed to the edge of Monterey Bay.