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    Any Deer Hunters here?


    I thought you might like to see a few deer from the National Forrest in North Georgia. My son sent these to me. One of them even came down off the bank and started toward his vehicle but my son's dog barked and the deer just turned and went into the woods. No hunting allowed!
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    Ah very nice! It is my understanding that the urban areas in and around Atlanta that have dense cover are loaded with BIG deer. The Kudzoo (I know I mispelled that one) is a favorite food source and is prolific down there. I used to watch a YouTube channel that basically only hunted in these fancy Atlanta suburbs and the deer that they saw were amazing.
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    I don't know much about deer but I'm in the woods almost everyday and I can tell you five bucks in the same pic would NEVER happen in New England. Although I did see five bucks once at a Stop and Shop parking lot which I quickly pocketed.
    I've never seen TWO male deer!
    Maybe that's a place where they get to congregate without human interference.
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    Nice! They all appear still to be in velvet. A buddy of mine in GA says the bow season starts Sunday! It just seems odd going out deer hunting with the temps still getting into the 90s. I've never seen 5 bucks together......not even at a Stop & Shop ! I did see 7 bucks at a farm once....Cumberland Farms......on the pavement at pump #2.
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