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    Lucky to have some options this year...

    In no danger of having choices this year. Big boy with the droptine is my #1 (my treestand is 15 yards from that pic BTW)

    For some reason I have more non-typicals on this property than I have ever seen. Click image for larger version. 

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    Looking great for you man! Good luck!

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    well there all nice bucks, best of luck getting the drop tined one, like the double type row of antlers too!

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    Awesome animals! That drop tine is the best photo of an Ohio deer if seen thus far this year. Best of luck. KB
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    Some nice ones their for sure.Good luck with the droptine.

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    Some dandys to choose from. Good luck to you.
    I may be opinionated...but, my opinion is the only one that matters anyway.

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    Thanks fellas! Best of luck to all of you as well!

    All of those bucks are from a 100 acre property I hunt in southern Delaware county. The last buck (on the Bushnell cam) is from Scioto county where I have another 100 acres. I have 4 Cams up in Delaware and 4 in Scioto, so hopefully I'll have some more good pics to share when I pull the cards on opening day. Got plenty of coyotes on the Delaware cams as well. Here's another of the big boy from Scioto.....he's a dandy

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    Also, forgot to add, these are all at trophy rock sites. I have tried nearly every deer mineral/attractant on the market and for some reason this is what seems to be the favorite for the deer in the areas I hunt. If I only had $20 to spend on any deer supplement, it would be a trophy rock. I also normally pour some acorn juice on a rotting stump as well and that seems to draw them in too. That has been the most successful combination for me to supplement nutrition and take inventory on the bucks that are visiting my properties.

    I have plenty of beans and corn on the property and adjacent properties as well, so there is plenty for the deer to chow down on.

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    Good looking bucks!

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