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Alberta - particular buck you are after in Alberta, Cananda, or has a dark rack like a Canadian buck

August - its when you first seen this dream buck

BackWoods - a rough looking buck, lives on the back forty

BooneDock - he lives way out in the woods on the back forty

Cajun - adds a little spice to the hunt or a southern buck

Catfish - tines sticking out like whiskers, long stickers or lives by the river

CitySlicker - a buck living in city limits and in view of people

CityWide - a wide buck living in or close to city limits

Clover - always seen in the clover field, lucky like a four leaf clover

CornStalk - tall tined buck, always in the cornfield

Dekalb - grains are not the only high yielder this field will produce

DoubleWide - extra wide rack or lives by a trailer park or could look a little red neck *Pics*

DownTown - a real nice buck that lives in the city

FeedLot - often seen around livestock

GraveDigger - a real ghostly, eerie buck that calls the graveyard his home

Highway - has continued to be seen just off a road

HillTop - very tall but narrow rack or buck often spotted traveling a hilltop

January - now this is how your supposed to bring in the new year

Juniper - spends most of his day hanging out in the bushes

Kernel - this buck is always in the cornfield

NorthernLights - a buck from the frozen tundra

November - first time you saw this buck was in this magical month

Oats - this guy seems to spend his time in oat fields

October - showed up on your farm in October

Padre - the macdaddy of the southern bucks or buck with a double throat patch

Pioneer - his first choice for food source or a high yielder

RedDelicious - back in the apple trees is where you will find this one

RiverMonster - this thing is scary awesome and roams a river bottom

RiverRat - always seen by the river or kind of a ratty looking rack

Seclusion - keeps apart from other deer or hangs out way back in the woods

September - showed up on trail camera in September

SwampDemon - he calls the swamp his home and he owns it

Switchgrass - real tall, spindly tines or seen in the prairie grass often

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