Whitetail Deer Pictures (Photos sent in by hunters)
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Whitetail Deer Hunting

(Above) Wanted to share a picture of the buck I shot on Nov. 9th 2011. We weighed this buck in my garage on a Cabelas scale after we hog tied it . The deer weighed 245 lbs dressed. This is the 3rd deer Ive shot since 2007 that has weighed at least 240 lbs. dressed. My son shot one in 2010 that weighed 249 lbs dressed and scored 163 . My good friend and his nephew also shot a buck each that tipped the scales passed 240 lbs.

Bill Drazenovich

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Che Lablanc - 2009 Whitetail (Above)

A grunt called this beautiful Whitetail Deer in from 1100 yards. It was shoot or get trampled as he came in hot and heavy. He was hard in rut. Within 5 minutes of taking the shot and downing him, another 145-150 B&C Whitetail strolled onto the same cut (following rub lines).

Although our tags were filled from taking the first Whitetail, we grunted the second deer in for fun. Holly shit !!! here he comes !! If we didn't jump up at 20 yards he would of ran right over us. We were face-to-face with him and he still refused to leave. He was grunting, snorting and aggressively pawing and looking like he was going to charge us. After a couple minutes of this 20 yard stand-off, he meandered off into the woods and literally stumbled over the first buck. He took off like he had come face to face with the grim reaper himself . We spotted him again later about 3 miles away and he was still running.


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Roberto Galloro - 2009 Whitetail (Above)

I am including a picture of my 1st Whitetail Deer, which I harvested last year in Ontario . He was a 10-point, 230 lb brute. I worked really hard at harvesting this deer, trying to make sure everything was right (wind, being scent free, etc.). After a week of passing up smaller deer my patience paid off. I was rewarded with this beautiful deer. It was my second year deer hunting and I hope I have many more to enjoy.


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