Deer, Elk, Moose, Bear, Hog
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Thats wild! It would be tempting to take that one just for how different it is.
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Shot one just like that last year...really odd, thought I should take it out of the gene pool. Someone later said that it may have just been injured while forming? Not sure, but he has been good for many pots of chili
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Shot one like that 3 years ago, Same thing like KYduck said, I was told it was injured when it started growing. Nice pics..
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That would be the usual cause for one that looked like that...
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bgoldhunter wrote:That would be the usual cause for one that looked like that...
More than likely will always look like that, never be a "monster deer" but definitely an unusual one.
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My brother seen a buck very similar to this one last year. I never saw it but he said it came down just like that one on one side and had a big ball at the end. He didn't shoot it and we never saw that deer again.
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