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Stalking the elusive stag of Lodi Lake

Photo chief braves the wilds of Lodi in search of danger

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  • Ron Werner posted at 10:30 pm on Mon, Nov 5, 2012.

    Ron Werner Posts: 101

    I think the buck is upset with all the inconsiderate dog owners who take their pets into the nature area. There are no less than 4 "no dogs allowed" signs at the entrance. Dogs are really smart animals, too bad they pick stupid people to be their guardians.

  • cindy hernandez posted at 9:28 am on Sat, Nov 3, 2012.

    sydney Posts: 3

    My sister and I went early in the morning to see the deer. They were beautiful. Felt like the mountains so quite. Then the loud walkers came by some with dogs. We were transported back to Lodi. Hoping no harms the buck. Let nature do her thing.

  • Roline Rodriguez posted at 9:26 am on Sat, Nov 3, 2012.

    karaoke62 Posts: 1

    OMG!!! LOL!!! Mule Deer???? [wink] Better learn what kind of deer Calif. has! Mule deer are in Nevada, Montana, Colorado, etc. If there was a muley at Lodi Lake you would have every hunter there just to see it!!![lol]



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