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Discussion in 'Deer Hunting' started by spoonfish, Dec 20, 2008.
Got this off a archery site I belong to. I would get a full body mount done.
One more pic. Looks to be crossed with a milk cow. :smile2:
The report stated it was shot in S.D. but they were not for sure.
That's a freak buck!
Thanks for sharing.
LOL That kinda looks like one of my cows. Just with a better rack. Now Troy don't get any ideas. :wink:
Piebald deer are cool. What a trophy! :cool2:
Yep! Cat in the Hat beat me to it. That's the Piebald coloration of deer. Sweet looking deer and what a buck! Heck of a trophy!:big_smile:
I saw a piebald doe in Ten many years ago. They will make you take a double take when you see one. They are cool. I agree with Troy I would have to consider a full body mount. Thanks for sharing Troy.
That is a nice one, thanks for sharing
Really cool trophy
A buck of a lifetime for sure. Wouldnt settle for anything less than a full body mount.
man what a trophy buck. thanks for the pic
I have seen the all white deer but
never mixed like that.That is one
cool buck.Maybe he could do a shoulder
mount and then hang a big picture of that
side view under the mount.
Well bow season is still open Josh.....:0a1:
That is definitely a trophy of a lifetime being piebald and having a rack that size. Usually bucks that are piebald or albino have bad genetics, which causes the coloration change, that causes them to have small or deformed racks. A full body mount would be awesome or even a shoulder mount and a tanned cape to hang up would be nice too.
is that photo shopped
Awesome pic. Thanks for sharing.
Troy I think that I would mount it like a bear skin but from a shoulder mount back.
That is awesome, nothing less than a full body mount would do for that buck.
Wow. I've heard of piebald deer before but never seen one thanks for sharing
Nice buck thanks for sharing! I have only ever seen 1 piebald buck before and it was shoulder mounted. My cousin shot it in western maryland and it was a 8 pt. It was about the size of that one.
I have seen many piebald does. There used to be one on my brother's hunting ground in Hardy county WV. I shot at it twice with my bow and missed it both times. My brother shot at it once and missed it with his bow. One other guy in the club shot at it with a rifle and missed it so they decided to let it live after that. It was there for 2 years and then no one seen it anymore. I have seen alot of them here in Berkeley county and a few white ones.