• Hunters: Tracking deer takes years
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    • Deer can kinda sense a hunters murderous intent, at least in my experience!! Cool post
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    • K1lling a deer isn’t that hard. K1lling a trophy is what’s hard
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    • That's not a deer
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    • That is a young elk sir
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    • there’s a difference in waiting out a large buck you’ve been following for years and having a cute little baby doe curiously walk up to you it your not moving much at all
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    • When I was 12 I got my first deer, I got within 50 yards just by hiking around. They're not too bright really
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    • Why is Walter White feeding an animal meth?
      dankdc 6 jul
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    • Deer are strange creatures
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    • Tracking a deer just means walking around
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    • Arent elk literally a bigger species of deer just like moose
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    • Thought this guy was wearing the hentai jacket
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    • They know when they aren't in season because they always fucking tease you about it
      ddog2006 6 jul
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    • I read Human: Tracking Deer as Human trafficking deer lol
      Urbanxx 7 jul
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    • Thats a donkey
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    • Phexal 6 jul
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    • Muffled deer: I'm ready for my close up.
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    • Heisenberg?
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    • Skadoop 6 jul
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    • thank you, this has greatly helped research in Stupidity.
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    • Guess what that photographer probably has?
      bushcow 6 jul
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    • content not available more
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    • That's a really awesome photo but it ain't easy hunting deer
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    • It depends what interactions deer have had with people in the area
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    • Boi thats an elk
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    • I couldn't bring myself to kil a majestic creature that's been king of the forest for years. Maybe I'll go hunting with an airsoft gun
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    • For a second I thought he was wearing ahegao camouflage.
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    • Animals can tell the difference between hunters and other people just like how birds watch your eyes and know if your watching them and are more on edge
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    • Why hasn’t anybody realized the real strategy? Act like a car,they run towards moving cars so just run at dangerously high speeds and the deer will practically give themselves to you
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    • Watch it be hiding a gun in a camera >->
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    • Well deer that live in places that you cant hunt are alot friendlier
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    • Throw on the high beams and do 50mph.
      TheBub 8 jul
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    • When I go hunting usually on a good day it takes like 8 hours to see one it’s not that hard just make sure you are clean and don’t make noise
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    • I fucking hit one last night with my W900
      VibeWolf 8 jul
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    • Thats an elk
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    • You mean sitting in a deer bling with a big as. rifle? Be a man and stalk your prey in the bushes with a knife
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    • That’s not a buck you dumbass
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    • Fake, it’s reversed
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    • Deer are dumb as dicks. Also photographers feed deer, so deer see them as friends
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    • For a second I thought he was wearing a damn hentai sweater and I was so disappointed
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    • So if you are tracking deer. Yea that's kinda hard. Alternatively you can just wait 3+ hours depending on the area and they'll just kinda chill (again, depending on the area)
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    • It's like they know
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    • I’ve always wanted to go hunting but I was never able to when I was young.
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    • I hate to say this that’s an elk
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    • Did he bust the lense out or like what happened here lol
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    • deers are cute
      Kqle 7 jul
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    • I think it's cause they know your intent. Animals are good at reading people
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    • Nah the hard part is finding the right one to take, you don't just kiII any deer you're looking for. If you're hunting for meat you generally go for younger ones because the meat is better. If you're looking for a trophy you have to find a buck in its absolute prime, and that takes months of looking
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    • Mr. White taking a picture of a deer
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    • Deer know the difference between hunters and photographers. They can sense your motives just like dogs.
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    • How did he doe that?
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    • That's an elk dumbass
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    • Hey. I do that
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    • Foomp*
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    • Deer are kinda retarded ngl
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    • Is that Bryan Cranston?
      Vanir 7 jul
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    • I want the picture that was taken in this position
      Buddham 7 jul
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    • Slow down a bullet to 40 mph and put headlights on it and the deer will literally jump in front of it
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    • tracking deer is easy af
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    • It all depends on the deer in my experience. Of course the older deer are a farsight smarter than the young ones. I can say that if an older deer is present the other deer follow their guidance.
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    • That's not a deer
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    • The second it hits 12:01 and hunting season starts they’re gone
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    • That’s not a deer
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    • Hunting is too easy. We need to give all deer body armor. Headshot that bitch or you get nothing.
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    • I've legit had deer walk within feet of me while hunting and I've had deer get spooked by me moving an inch 100 yards away from them.
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    • Take the shot, Mason!
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    • That's not tracking, the deer is right next to him, do y'all even know what tracking is?
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    • Stfu you sit in 25 degree weather and not move or make any noise for three hours
      rmka 7 jul
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    • Depends where you are. If its super remote them fuckers don't let you see them
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    • That isn’t a deer lol
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    • Ha ha camera
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    • Its not hard to get a 15 Point Buck when he’s raised in a Barn Boys much like thos Doe. As she is trying to feed from his camera
      LTSouls 7 jul
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    • I would never let a deer stick his bitch nose in my $13,000 lens
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    • Tracking does take tons of practice but anyone can just say fuck it and sit in a tree near some tracks they found. Following the tracks how ever is a totally different ball game
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    • In New England, you're lucky if you get a shot at a deer if you hint and only hunt for a whole week
      Biiome 7 jul
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    • They aren't the brightest sometimes, but they're doing their best
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    • bruh i hunt. it doesn’t take years. you go sit somewhere and wait. just hit em behind the front shoulder
      zayno_ 7 jul
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    • That’s a female moose
      jayjay_ 6 jul
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    • Elk you mean
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    • What’s the picture look like coward?
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    • Not a deer, my friend
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    • Deer go buur
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    • I was 7 when I shot my first deer. It was a 7 point buck. I called it my "lucky buck". I haven't been hunting much since then because my parents got divorced and I lived with my mom, but 11 years later I shot my second deer, a little button buck.
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    • Feel free to send dick pics
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    • I may not be a professional, but I don't think that's a deer. I believe that's an elk.
      rwplm 6 jul
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    • Deer are smaller and thinner than that. That looks like a juvenile Elk
      Anachin 6 jul
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    • Elk***
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    • Bambee nooooooooo
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    • They know when you’re hunting or not. They also know when it’s season
      Isaac98H 6 jul
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    • Thas a fucken donkey
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    • Get in a car and drive 5 miles over the limit without your brights on at night they’ll all find you
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    • I hope he snapped a picture there :) (it's probably just black, but anyway)
      Sensino 6 jul
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    • Thats a chicken motherfucker
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    • Be vewy quiet, I’m hunting wabbits
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    • KiII
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    • I just grow a foodplot next to my house and sh00t them from my window
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