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I got my feeder going last week hoping for some pictures of deer..........

This is what is eating my corn.



Guess I'll have to settle for pork for now.
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I am all packed up and leaving in about an hour for the 3 hour drive to the Elk camp
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Yep, the itch has started
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I got my feeder going last week hoping for some pictures of deer..........

This is what is eating my corn.



Guess I'll have to settle for pork for now.
we hunt hogs a little different down her in Burnswick County, we use retrievers.


yep thats a hog hes got
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I'd like to get my revenge (from 100 yards away) against the 10-point, 200+ pound troll-buck that wouldn't let me cross the path on my mountainbike last fall. I cursed at him and threw a stick at him, and he walked even closer as if to challenge me!
Aww come on, he just wanted a better look at you, before deciding a doe was more attractive. You need a bigger stick too.
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I don't consider waiting to hunt "buck fever" I was always told buck fever is that shaking you get when that bug rack is about to be dropped, the anxiety through the roof, can't focus on anything but the deer and your heart/shakes. That's buck fever to me
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I agree with the two above posters.

Buck fever is where you almost (or actually do) miss your shot because of the excitement/anxiety of the Buck you're facing.

That said, I can't friggin wait to hunt!!!
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To old for buck fever but the leaves are starting to change. Beef is going up and i am out of deer it's time
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I have the FEVA!
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I had buck fever for the 6 years between my first and second deer. I think I've got it under control now.

I got my first opening-day-deer last saturday. The pressure's off! Now I can relax and enjoy the season a little more. And these venison steaks.....
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I had buck fever for the 6 years between my first and second deer. I think I've got it under control now.

I got my first opening-day-deer last saturday. The pressure's off! Now I can relax and enjoy the season a little more. And these venison steaks.....

Well aparently not. I missed a slam-dunk on a nice yearling doe this morning because I got a little too excited and rushed the shot.
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