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    Abnormal buck from peri-urban area

    This is peri-urban area with a town, motorway, but also some agricultural land in between. Plenty of deer, but also people and cars any time of day and night.
    I hope this shows how important good backstop is in such areas.
    The buck has been drying for a week, so won't dry out much more, weights 525g.

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    Very nicely filmed, and as you so rightly mention, backstop is imperative. Also throws up some different challenges too.


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    Very nice and we'll presented as usual greg. If it was me I would be spending most of the time in McDonald's.

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    LOL, Scott there is no access to McDonald's from the side only motorway ☺

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    Great Greg and nice to see some one dealing with Urban deer with out screaming for a lamp. Its about time patience and knowledge of the area. The buck on 3 mins looks like he might cause others a real problem in the next few day.
    As I get older I have realised that I cannot please everyone. But I find I can easy piss every one off.

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    As usual very well put together - thanks for sharing.
    Interesting head - curious how it measures up.


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    Well done again greg ,,,i know you like the unusual heads!,,,,and dont listen to scott its pie shops and bakers he loves ,,,regards doug,

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    Will upload some pictures showing it boiled out.
    Thanks for your comments.

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    That's a great head Greg, I expect Davie will be telling people that he taught you all about peri-urban deer stalking .

    A clever man knows his strengths, a wise man knows his weaknesses

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    That's a great video with some wonderful shots of roe in peri-urban environments. A nice trophy as well - lovely thick beams, very dark colour but not much pearling. Is that type of head typical for the area?

    Also, given the flat land, do you make much use of high seats at all?
    O wad some Power the giftie gie us to see oursels as ithers see us!

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