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I would just drop dead

Discussion in 'Hunting' started by rodngun, Jul 3, 2009.

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  1. rodngun

    rodngun Member

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    From a heart attack....
     

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    Dead

    I wouldn't drop dead, but there should would be some fine venison on the table if I saw that deer. One shot one kill.
     
  4. MCgunner

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    Around here, you'd have to figure it's a zoo escapee. :D
     
  5. DRYHUMOR

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    That's one of them cull deer, notice how the rack is is not symetrical. It's only a 20-21 incher as well. Now about those GPS coordinates... :evil:
     
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    What is that little animal?
     
  7. jimmyraythomason

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    Didn't these go extinct at the end of the ice age?
     
  8. MCgunner

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    Does look similar, don't it?

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    It's amazing how many stepped out in front of me lookin' like that, but after the shot, by the time I got to 'em, they'd shrunk down to about 18 inches............
     
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    sumthin ain't right there...He's hard horned in July???? Everyone here's still in velvet and growing
     
  11. MCgunner

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    Well, it's obviously NOT a Texas deer. :rolleyes:
     
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    Well, I don't know, there's prickly pear in the picture. LOL
     
  13. DRYHUMOR

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    Got cactus spines on the front shoulder too.
     
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    Aren't those porcupine quills?
     
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    That's what ya get with breeding programs in high-fence game ranches...

    One south Texas ranch had a buck they called "Heart Attack". His rack was so big it made his head look sorta small and deformed. 200-pound deer with a 400-pounder's horns. :D
     
  16. rodngun

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    DRYHUMOR;

    The guy that sent me the picture did not see the cactus thorns in his shoulder either -until I pointed them out.
    I am not sure where this deer is-I was just sharing what I thought was a really nice picture of a buck..
     
  17. Savage Shooter

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    Here in illinois they all look like that:D and bigger:neener:
     
  18. rodngun

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    We hunt in Gentry Misouri evey now & then..they look like that up there too.Body wise.
     
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    the only deer i have ever seen in real life that looked like that was in one of those shooting ranches where you pay $5k to "hunt" deer. more like shoot an animal, because there is no hunting about it. anyway, in the wild, that would be one heck of a trophy! in captivity, that is just another farm deer.
     
  20. Rembrandt

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    "I would just drop dead" (Not).....but this one might do the trick.

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    If you pay enough you could shoot him. I prefer public land and Bucks that mother nature selected not man.

    Nice buck none the less.
     
  22. DRYHUMOR

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    rodngun, thanks for sharing.

    It's good to see what deer look like here and there, aside from all of the hunting mags' pics.

    It's a good deer though, the avg deer eye is about 4" in circumference, comparing that deer's base mass, it looks like 5+- inches of mass.

    Ear size is what throws ya, are they 4" or 6" ears, makes a lot of difference trying to figure spread.
     
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    That last one can't possibly be real.
     
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    I know that's fake... the 'neck' would be as big as its rump packing around those horns.... hehehe:D:neener:

    :D
     
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    That's exactly what I was thinkin'. ROFL!
     
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