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Monster MO whitetail!

Discussion in 'Hunting' started by moconfed, Jan 2, 2013.

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  1. moconfed

    moconfed Member

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    Had to post this here. A friend of a friend picked this up recently- apparently died of bluetongue this fall.
    Would have loved to pulled the trigger on this one!!!
     

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  2. josiewales

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    O... MY...GOSH!!!! That is the biggest deer I have ever seen! Even on tv! Incredible!!
     
  3. Patocazador

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    I believe that B&C accepts pick-up heads for entry if your friend wants some notoriety for the entry price.
     
  4. Liberty1776

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    Boy those two sides are really different, aren't they?
     
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    Hmmm. I know that blue tongue is a problem for sheep, but I didn't know that it could affect deer as well.
     
  7. rondog

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    Guess I'm an oddball.....but freakish looking antlers hold no attraction for me. I prefer normal, symmetrical antlers. Bizzarre antlers make me wonder if the deer is some kind of a genetic mutant and possibly dangerous to eat.
     
  8. huntsman

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    some call it blue tongue but in wildlife it's the Epizootic, we found a large buck dead this year also without any sign of trama

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Epizootic_Hemorrhagic_Disease
     
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