Those White Tail get Big In Ontario too!

Discussion in 'Trophy Photos' started by JYuke, Mar 30, 2009.

  1. JYuke

    JYuke Member

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    Here our some of my 2000 to 2009 buck that I shot, I am not in some pictures. Proof that they do grow big in Ontario too! I think one little guy in there but I head shot him at 150 yards with a 264 wm

    Shot one with a 7mm RUM, one with a 300 Wby, one with a 264, one with a 30-378 and one with a 7mm mag, took out a youngin for a trip he lucked us into a ok p pt not hat heavy 210 dressed, but that lunker in teh first one broke well into the 260s field dressed

    Some day I will bore you with bear and moose photos

    The one in the Garbage Can is mine the other is another lads



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  2. JYuke

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    One more! 2005 buck! forgot about him

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  3. gamedog

    gamedog Well-Known Member

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    Mmn. Budweiser:D
     
  4. ICANHITHIMMAN

    ICANHITHIMMAN Well-Known Member

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    Good lord man they are huge! Bigest I have shot here in NY is 217 dressed and a freind of mine put down a 325lb buck not far from me.

    They are some nice animals
     
  5. nathank

    nathank Well-Known Member

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    Those are some good sized deer, one deer I shot here in AB went just under four hundred
     
  6. JYuke

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    nat- you have some big whitetail not to far away!

    Little south, seen some pretty big buggers come out of that province.

    Alb, and Sask do in fact have the worlds larges Whitetail, 260-300s plus are typical.

    But the racks!!!! thats where a few world records come from...


    We lack the racks in Ontario, as 160s are special here.

    It takes a dam big deer to field dress over 220 Lbs, A deer that field dressess over 250 does not fit so well in that back of a full sized truck!!!!!! legs every place lol!
     
  7. nathank

    nathank Well-Known Member

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    the deer i shot that went just under 400 only scored about 130 but some of the 150-160 deer we have taken ussually weigh 250, my big muley i took this year only weighed 245 and that was the biggest boddied deer i have ever seen, guess it was mostly fat haha.
     
  8. trebark

    trebark Well-Known Member

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    I like the pin-stripes on the 2005 buck.
     
  9. JYuke

    JYuke Member

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    LOL! ya he just got out of the groomers! And I shot him.
     
  10. Dskiper

    Dskiper Well-Known Member

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    Hello Mr.Lucky! Nice deer.What general area of Onterio do you hunt deer?North ,southern or western part of the province?I think eastern area is similar to northern NY,Vermont.NH&Maine.If I may ask do you use the bbig woods or farming areas?I see TV shows advertizing Onterio deer hunts. Are deer abundant or are you going to see few per week? Thanks, Dskiper
     
  11. JYuke

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    Farms are key to growing big buck!

    Central, eastern Harwoods of Ontario

    Lots of deer but not lot like you are used to see 5-10 per week but quality deer.
     
  12. eyeball 2

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    nice pics. i was wondering if you ever put out minerals for deer consumption to help the antler growth? thanks