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Old July 19th, 2008
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Another Loggy Bayou WMA buck. Gotta love those tall tines.
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Speechless! Man that's a good 'un.
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Dam man looks like i need to spend a little time at loggy bayou!!!!!!!
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Hunted loggy many times and never seen a pine tree. I don't think that deer came from there. That's just my opinion.
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Those pine trees peeked my interest too.
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Hunted loggy many times and never seen a pine tree. I don't think that deer came from there. That's just my opinion.
Lol. Back when I saw this several years ago I wondered if anyone would ever notice that. Other than the background it could be a Loggy deer cause there's some good ones there.

There actually is some mixed pine / hardwood on an area of high ground in Loggy, but nowhere that I know of that looks much like this pic. More hardwood and just a little pine mixed in in the area I'm thinking of.

Could possibly be from some private property across the bayou from the WMA maybe. Lots of pine hills just off the WMA on the Bienville parish side of the bayou.
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Looks pretty open in the background. The picture could have been taken back at a camp or home.
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Looks pretty open in the background. The picture could have been taken back at a camp or home.
Good point.
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