Different Whitetail

West Calamus

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Richard Perrett:
"Did she have a pronounced adam's apple?"

And you're not even from CA!
I not sure why I reply to wise *** post but here goes. Fallow Deer are the only deer that have adam's apple's. You will notice in Trout's previous post the game biologist felt her neck,he was felling for a adam's apple. I thought the deer my have been a fallow deer because they have a wide range of color patterns from dark to all most pure white. The deer was taken in a part of texas that has many game ranches that have fallow and sometimes the deer escape. Fallow deer are quite capable of jumping a 7 foot game fence or possibly a water gap was out. Anything else I need to explain to you let me know Jr.
 

West Calamus

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I not sure why I reply to wise *Rule 4 Violation* post but here goes. Fallow Deer are the only deer that have adam's apple's. You will notice in Trout's previous post the game biologist felt her neck,he was felling for a adam's apple. I thought the deer my have been a fallow deer because they have a wide range of color patterns from dark to all most pure white. The deer was taken in a part of texas that has many game ranches that have fallow and sometimes the deer escape. Fallow deer are quite capable of jumping a 7 foot game fence or possibly a water gap was out. Anything else I need to explain to you let me know Jr.
BTW Merry Christmas to everyone
 

Knight

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Speaking of Fallow deer, try fallowing this one.
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Ranger1994

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Did you say the biologist ruled out piebald? That was my first thought as well. In either case, what ever it is, you have a nice lookin deer there. Congrats on a nice one. Let us know when you find out.
 

John Klingenberg

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I like to see "anomolys" in nature. Kind of why we go out there to experience things. My nephew has been hunting a fairly remote area of Michigan. He has gotten a full on albino buck on camera the last two years. This year he's a ten point and made it through the hard part of deer season. He says he's devoting all of his time on this buck next season. I really hope he brings it home.
 

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I like to see "anomolys" in nature. Kind of why we go out there to experience things. My nephew has been hunting a fairly remote area of Michigan. He has gotten a full on albino buck on camera the last two years. This year he's a ten point and made it through the hard part of deer season. He says he's devoting all of his time on this buck next season. I really hope he brings it home.
That would be a cool trophy ! Anything less than a full body mount would be a waste.
 

broomd

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I think i"d have let that one walk. The 20#s of boned meat simply isn't worth killing something that could pass that rarity on.

To each his own.
 

TroutBIIIX

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Thank you for your input. It dressed at 80 lbs. Pretty normal for a doe in the Texas Hill Country. Btw I've had pictures of her for 4 years and she looks nothing different now then she did then. First time ever seen besides trail camera. So before judging you should consider maybe everyone isn't a trigger happy psycho. Btw hope you had a great Christmas and Happy New Year
 

TexSavage

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Exotic cross would be my guess. Would not be uncommon in that part of Texas. I normally hunt in the Pecos river area and I have seen a full white that I thought was an albino deer, but it was a fallow with very small horns. Coat was full on white.
 
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