Definetly looks like a goos sized track. Butsee that you are from Florida do they grow deer that big?? Kidding!! I first wondered if it was a hog print. I am no expert on hogs so I was just guessing. Whatever left the track hopefully it is somewhere that you are able to hunt after it and good luck.
You can tell it's a Hog track by how rounded it is and how thick each cloven is. Hogs have almost circular tracks whereas deer have somewhat elongated tracks, even the big Buck tracks are still longer than they are wide.
It is kind of hard to tell by the picture. Going by my experience from what I can decipher from the picture it looks like a nice doe print. I don't see any dew claws and the hoof print looks like it is together. On a buck the hoof would be separated a little and you would see distinguishable dew claws which I don't see. Maybe you are seeing something I am not. Hopefully I am wrong and am not seeing it correctly.
I first saw a track, went back and sat close by, and this is what showed up. Five (yup FIVE) shots later he was done and all we had to do then was load him in the truck. I kinda wish you all were there....lol.
Tennessee,man that is a MONSTER HAWG...Trax i'm show'n dont compare...ManofFall,i'm glad i have another Floridian here,not that i am one....Our deer trax are more pointed at tip's,hawg's are rounded...I've been mean'n to take a pic of both,guess i'll get on it....Dew claw's are rare down here,bout the only time you see them are in soft sand,they were run'n,or that was one heavy deer.But,but i do have one that is leave'n dew claw's,dont no weather it's a buck or doe...To me it's hard to tell the difference...Got camera set up in area to see(hopefully),also set a strap on stand in area today also,hopefully i'll get it in scope...ManofFall,got hawg's?...
One of the most important components of deciphering a new hunting area is distinguishing between the summer and winter ranges for the game that you plan to pursue. Without knowing this you cannot make reliable assumptions about where the game will be come opening day. Knowing these areas will allow you to take the current weather (as well as the past couple weeks) and apply that to the landscape and make an educated guess as to where you might find that big buck or bull.
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