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Old 04-22-2017, 08:22 PM
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Couple critters behind the house. WI is the badger state after all.

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I think the badger is more ferocious than the wild cat. Badgers are born angry!
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Old 04-23-2017, 12:10 AM
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I think the badger is more ferocious than the wild cat. Badgers are born angry!
Yeah, between the badger, bobcat an bear, I think the badger would be my least favorite one to be messing with. But that bear up that close wouldn't be good either.
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I agree, Todd. We have the black bears in NC.
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This nice buck was taken in Northeastern Michigan by my son in my spot on November 16th. I got the smaller one the night before. There are a lot of deer in this area but they are usually small...
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Congrats to you and your son.
The reason they are small, is because the overall deer population is to high, and the land can not support the deer numbers, and no one let's the bucks grow. Something like 80 some % of the bucks killed in MI are 1 1/2 year old.
Dead 1 1/2 year old bucks can't get big.
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Nice buck. I'll tell you what I'm surprised about, that Chivy ain't rusted out up there in the snow belt! Darrell, tell your son congrats on the monster buck.
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It is true that the population is high up there but we are trying to "manage" the heard to be older. Mine was a 2 and 1/2 year old and weighted in at approx. 150#. My sons was approx. 3 and 1/2 year old and weighted in at 180#. I thought they were older until we looked at the teeth. They are fed very well up there!! Lots of farms!!

Oak, that "chivy" only has 96k on her... it is a 1991 and back then they built them better! I am surprised too as it was our farm truck! It's had a hard life!! My kid can't wait till we get him back from the taxidermist!!

We just got the buck back that my son got back in November. Our taxidermist friend did an excellent job!!
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