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Sep 10, 2009
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itallushrt

Banned
Jan 11, 2006
2,869
Getting a blumpkin
Seen pics like this in the past. It's just a skin condition. Heard of guy shooting deer with large masses similar to these and they are literally only skin deep. meat was perfectly fine.
 

itallushrt

Banned
Jan 11, 2006
2,869
Getting a blumpkin
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Fibromatosis is not an important cause of deer mortality. The disease is not known to infect humans. It's main significance lies in the consternation and concern experienced by the hunter who shoots a deer covered with ugly-looking lumps. Though they don't harm the meat, fibromas are repulsive to most persons and therefore render a fine trophy aesthetically undesirable.
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chris149

12 pointer
Jun 17, 2009
2,297
KY
I shot a buck that had some of that on there, the meat was fine but it was not quit as bad as that doe
 

hunt4ever918

6 pointer
Mar 26, 2008
301
Northern Kentucky
skin disease...

two years ago my friend shot a doe that had same thing on her....found out it was a skin condition just as someone else commented on here......we contacted local game warden and he told us it is not uncommon to see that.........He assured us meat was fine.........friend skinned her out and she ate just fine.........
 


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