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_Like a lot of bowhunters who set out multiple trail cameras every fall, Steve Esker of Reynoldsburg, Ohio, was hoping to catch a glimpse of the heightened deer activity during chasing and breeding portions of the rut, a shot here or there that could help him identify a big buck or gauge the progress of the rut in his area.
What he got, when he pulled the card on his Moultrie M-80 in early November, was a remarkable series of 105 photographs that shows a doe standing for two different bucks over a 9-hour period–both times, incredibly, at the same exact spot in front of his trail camera. Esker shared a selection of these photographs with_ Field & Stream_, which provide a rare and fascinating view of the finish to the chase._