2019 Sask. Whitetail

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  1. 445 supermag

    445 supermag Well-Known Member

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    Awesome buck. But darn I want to see that video
     
  2. M T Roberts

    M T Roberts Well-Known Member LRH Team Member

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    Awesome!!! Congratulations on your success.
     
  3. cam2hunt

    cam2hunt Well-Known Member

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    Nice buck! Any idea why his right antler has the black/charred look to it? Rubbing on a burnt tree trunk?

    Hope you can load the video, that would be cool to see.
     
  4. ofbandg

    ofbandg Well-Known Member

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    I saw the same thing happen with two moose. We knocked down the larger one and the smaller one ignored us and went after the downed big guy. It was all about the rut being in full swing and he kept up the attack until we chased him away. I guess once their adrenaline is flowing they are oblivious to all else.
     
  5. Canhunter35

    Canhunter35 Well-Known Member

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    The dark part on the antler is left overs from velvet. Not sure why he didn’t have it more polished up
     
  6. srogerson

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    Great story, great buck.

    Thanks!
     
  7. Canhunter35

    Canhunter35 Well-Known Member

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    I was telling an older neighbour about the deer goring mine and he told me one time he came across a mule deer fighting a whitetail(which I’ve never heard of until now) and he said that smaller whitetail was so much more aggressive that he beat the crap out of that mule deer
     
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    jpope02 Well-Known Member

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    I had the same thing happen in South Texas several years ago. My dead 10 point was gored countless times by a lesser 8 point until he was completely exhausted. I had it on video and no one could figure it out.
     
  9. JMB 1911

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    Congratulations nice deer and awesome story which is what makes hunting. That big buck had probably kicked his but previously and this was his chance for revenge. I have seen it with turkeys several times.
     
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  10. Lethal_Chica

    Lethal_Chica Active Member

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    Awesome buck! And what a great story!
     
  11. Canhunter35

    Canhunter35 Well-Known Member

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    Yeah they can be pretty aggressive. A couple years ago I saw antelope chasing another, both were so exhausted they could hardly run, I could’ve outran them they were that slow, but the one would slow down with his tongue hanging out and the one chasing would ram up a horn up his you know what. Lol
     
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    sturner Well-Known Member

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    Nice buck
     
  13. gpo1956

    gpo1956 Well-Known Member

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    I had a south Texas buck do that last year. Very fascinating watching him push the buck I had in the ground.
     
  14. Dirtrax

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    A friend of mine was watching a 6 point bull elk and a smaller spike going at it from his tree stand. He shot the big one and the spike charged in and started working over the dead bull. He had to chase the spike off. I guess when you’re street brawling anything goes.