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    Climbed the hill tonight

    snapped a few off of some sambar





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    Great photo's mate.

    Well done.

    Mark.
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    Thanks Mark 1 you are the only bloke of 77 so far to bother to reply, the rest? What an apathetic bunch that appear to be more interested in "what scope will I buy" or "what is the best rifle for foxes" or " which underpants does David Beckham wear"


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    Thanks Mark 1 you are the only bloke of 77 so far to bother to reply, the rest? What an apathetic bunch that appear to be more interested in "what scope will I buy" or "what is the best rifle for foxes" or " which underpants does David Beckham wear"

    John

    Not one of the 77, just looked on the thread. More interesting photos mate, keep them coming.

    what weight do the stags make???

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    They're a fine looking animal too. You don't seem to be short of deer John.

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    I posted my 'apathetic' business due to the lack of responses as usual and it not just me as evidenced by the copy below.
    Stags can hit over 700 lbs.
    As far as short of deer Aidy I put a lot of hours/miles in but mind you there are many times I see sfa mate.


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    The size you mention is amasing, it looks to be on a very steep area, i guess getting them out is a nightmare.
    Great photos mate keep them comming

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    That is actually showing the 'flat spot' where they feed,it is a real climb to get into their ground as the only route through the bush is very very steep.

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    Nice photos as usual. Send me the grid reference!

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    well done m8 and well said to. ma back getting sore just looking at them

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