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Dec, 2006. A friend of Minnesota bucks contributed these photographs. A couple good buck photos from last October/November.
Nov, 2006. Just in time for deer season. Most of those big boys are still nocturnal.
Oct, 2006. Lots of quality northern Minnesota bucks in this batch.
Oct, 2006. Moose are always cool to see on your trail camera. Here's a few photos sent in by a friend and soon-to-be (knock on wood) successful Minnesota moose hunter. There's also a great northwoods buck in there.
Sept, 2006. A great mix of photos were sent in by a couple friends of the site. Lots of good bucks and a few unique shots of canine/feline activity.
Sept, 2006. This nice batch of whitetail photos was sent in by a friend from northern Minnesota.
Sept, 2006. While on summer camping trip to the Minnesota wilderness, I had the good fortune of paddling up to a nice bull moose.
Sept, 2006. Just in time for the opening of bow season: some trail photos to get you fired up. Here's a nice collection of both hoofed species, sent in by a couple friends of MN bucks.
March, 2006. Here's a few more nice photographs from the Minnesota Moose Man. Check out the radio collared wolf and those big bulls!
March, 2006. A fellow moose enthusiast sent in these photos from his collection. Some nice shots in there, including a fox, a coyote or wolf/cow moose stand off and a couple good bulls.
January, 2006. Looks like there's one buck out there that lost his antlers. I'm not sure what to say about the last photograph. That buck sure seems to be mesmerized by the flash of the camera and not scared enough to run away from that hiker five feet away. Or the hiker is on a walk with his pet ten pointer. Or, the camera didn't advance all the way in the cold weather and made a double exposure on the same frame, thus combining the two unrelated events as one super-imposed image. Pretty freaky.
January, 2006. Jason Lamppa contributed these photographs of recent deer, all survivors from the 2005 hunting season. The first three show deer in tough shape. The first is a busted up warrior buck with ripped up ears. The second nice buck has a big scab near its eye. The third, a fawn, has an abnormal growth on his brisket. The next 3 photos are just some nice bucks with a variety of basic ten point racks. The last four photos are a nice series of the same big eleven pointer.
January, 2006. Here's a couple beauties coming in to some feeders in northern Minnesota. Nice to see that the big ole boys made it through the hunting season; gotta love the snow that collects on their huge racks. Talk about brow tines in that second photo!