Ole whitey

Discussion in 'Game Trail Cameras & Camcorders' started by OLE RASPY, Sep 16, 2018 at 9:07 AM.

  1. OLE RASPY

    OLE RASPY Fawn

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    In 2016 he was a perfect 6 point
    In 2017 his right side got injured but left side grew a lot
    And this year I have a fawn running around that’s colored up the same, it’s either his offspring or sibling who knows
    I haven’t gotten a pic of him so far this year. He doesn’t show up till around late October. Hope he still alive.
    I’m guessing these are called piebald deer 6B7FE81E-C9DF-42E7-8EDF-9F5C0641F775.jpeg AB9604BD-D4D4-4170-AFED-D8584D42D7FB.jpeg 3984EB8C-4BFC-452D-AD1F-C4EC51E3F91D.jpeg
     
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  2. web splitter

    web splitter 6 pointer

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  3. carnivore

    carnivore 12 pointer

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    That is neat. Hope you get more sightings of both over the next few years.
     
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  4. mykizha

    mykizha Fawn

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    Very cool looking deer.
     
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  5. predator1

    predator1 12 pointer

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    That’s pretty cool coloring. Make for a beautiful mount
     
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  6. Chilly

    Chilly 10 pointer

    That is awesome. Thanks for sharing
     
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  7. mudhole crossing

    mudhole crossing 12 pointer

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    I think the little feller is a button buck; or it looks like it to me
     
  8. OLE RASPY

    OLE RASPY Fawn

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    I believe your right.
     
  9. Drahts

    Drahts 8 pointer

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    Ole Socks! :) Have a mixed Angus calf with white socks!
     
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  10. xbokilla

    xbokilla 12 pointer

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    Looks like part donkey part deer in the first pic. Cool animal! Also letting him live doesn’t guarantee his offspring will be piebald. It’s a recessive trait and usually both parents would have to have the gene for there to even be a chance. They can also produce perfectly normal deer. If that deer is older you should take him. They have a shorter life span than most deer. Thanks for sharing.
     
  11. OLE RASPY

    OLE RASPY Fawn

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    I’m assuming he will be 4.5 years old this year.
     
  12. xbokilla

    xbokilla 12 pointer

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    That’s pretty old. We had a few on land we used to hunt and I emailed KDFW. One guy emailed and was pretty knowledgeable. They can live long but on average 3-5 years. I followed up and have read a lot. We had a stud of an 8 and the neighbor who was family to the people who let us hunt wanted to save it for his grandson. As far as I know no one ever got him. At least not on our property or the neighbors. My first time bow hunting he walked within 20 yds of me. I could’ve killed a unicorn my first time out!
     
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  13. wademup

    wademup 12 pointer

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    A friend killed one with more white than brown, its twin was completely normal in coloration, however they say whitetail does often produce twins that actually have different fathers
     
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