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Few more pics of the brindle doe

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I’d drop it in a heart beat, the next guy will .

We had a cool 5pt piebald running around , friend told me that the farmer next farm over didn’t want it shot, well I don’t hunt his farm all that much certainly didn’t have stands on it ,, but I passed it twice out of respect of his wishes . 

Once it was broad side at 30 yards ( gun ) It was never seen again, and I had watched it a few times in bow and 2x on opening day of gun on two different farms  , then gone .

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3 minutes ago, Nomad said:

I’d drop it in a heart beat, the next guy will .

We had a cool 5pt piebald running around , friend told me that the farmer next farm over didn’t want it shot, well I don’t hunt his farm all that much certainly didn’t have stands on it ,, but I passed it twice out of respect of his wishes . 

Once it was broad side at 30 yards ( gun ) It was never seen again, and I had watched it a few times in bow and 2x on opening day of gun on two different farms  , then gone .

reminder - don't invite Larry to hunt.  lol

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Only.way to shoot that is to do a full body mount ..so unless you want to drop 3 k leave it be


I've hunted almost everyday of my life.. the rest have been wasted!

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1 hour ago, grampy said:

So cool looking! I've never seen one like her before. No way could I shoot her either. 

^^^ this ^^^

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So Rob C is invited and John is out.  lol  Watch me end up shooting her at some point out of lack of big buck frustration.  NO! standing firm.

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30 minutes ago, moog5050 said:

reminder - don't invite Larry to hunt.  lol

If you said don’t shoot it , I can say with 100% certainty  that I would give that some brief consideration .

 

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She and any other piebald/albino is the only reason i get a doe tag each year. exactly what i am after.


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13 minutes ago, Biz-R-OWorld said:

She and any other piebald/albino is the only reason i get a doe tag each year. exactly what i am after.

YOU CANNOT SWAY TROPHY HUNTER!  I realize that she is probably more rare than a booner.  May be the only brindle doe ever as far as I know.  lol

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she's getting lots of attention on Facebook. Bob already set the standard. He passed it with a recurve at close range. Sorry guys if you're going to take this one you're asking for a participation trophy or you got to chase it down and tackle it with a knife. lol


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doesn't seem like a yearling doe so where did it come from?? no history in prior seasons? also we had a full white spike horn that didn't make it. all white except its head. had others too but haven't seen this type of pattern. cool deer.


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YOU CANNOT SWAY TROPHY HUNTER!  I realize that she is probably more rare than a booner.  May be the only brindle doe ever as far as I know.  lol


What is “brindle”?


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18 minutes ago, dbHunterNY said:

doesn't seem like a yearling doe so where did it come from?? no history in prior seasons? also we had a full white spike horn that didn't make it. all white except its head. had others too but haven't seen this type of pattern. cool deer.

we had one pic of her last season.  She seemed to move in this year.  She is definitely not a yearling.  Big doe.

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7 minutes ago, Biz-R-OWorld said:

 

 


What is “brindle”?


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Stripped coat.  Some dogs have it.  Never saw a deer like that though.

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Playing devils advocate, what ever happened to “ shoot any legal deer that makes you happy ?”

id bet my left nut that if she gets on other hunters land she gets shot . The more she gets posted on places like FB and passed around in texts the bigger target she becomes .

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1 minute ago, Nomad said:

Playing devils advocate, what ever happened to “ shoot any legal deer that makes you happy ?”

id bet my left nut that if she gets on other hunters land she gets shot . The more she gets posted on places like FB and passed around in texts the bigger target she becomes .

You should shoot any legal deer that makes you happy.  It just won't make me happy to kill her.   Ask Culver, there is something special about seeing her and I really don't see the reason to shoot her.  She may or may not make it.  If we hunt her, I can almost guarantee that she won't. 

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Stripped coat.  Some dogs have it.  Never saw a deer like that though.


Interesting. I never heard that before


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