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  1. m. burns
    October 31, 2009

    this is not the first time i have seen a skewbald deer, my husband and i ride the country rds scouting for deer quite often, we were driving down a country rd not far from our house when i called out for him to “stop you arent gonna believe this” he stops and backs up and there stood amongst 4 other deer was a skewbald doe, we could not believe our eyes. we had never seen anything like it before. we ride that way every so often now to see if we can see her, but we havent seen her since and no one in the area has ever seen nor killed her, so i guess we were just fortunate enough to get to see her! it’s one of those things that will stick with you the rest of your life.
    m.burns

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  2. Matt Gilbert
    December 1, 2009

    I just saw a piebald doe while sitting in my deer stand just the other day! I got to watch her and 5 other does for about 20 mins. I took some pics of her and look at them everyday. What a pretty deer and a great experience! That is a great buck!!!

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  3. Val
    January 2, 2010

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  4. Dave Stonebull
    May 19, 2010

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    July 1, 2010

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  6. hunter
    July 4, 2010

    it is an sacred animal if u hunt it if it was sacred, there is no reason because it is sacred that u cant kill it, and actually if i understand, killing this animal as an indian would make u a warrior

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  7. BarefootBoy
    October 6, 2010

    Well My people said that when you killed on of these, you wont be going hungry anytime soon. Wonder if it has light and dark meat like a chicken?

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  8. Nightmare5X
    November 2, 2010

    Im just wondering what its been eating. He looks obese lol

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  9. AdamM
    November 7, 2010

    An interesting oddity to see in the wild sure, but nothing special. There are people who breed albino, and piebald deer… Looking at the size of this thing, I really wouldn’t be surprised if it was a captive animal, and this was during a staged hunt.
    Although I respect Native American traditions, in this day it isn’t really relative to life, especially with deer being captive bred. There is nothing sacred about it, just an animal with a recessive trait… He was beautiful, and if it is wild was lucky to get as large as it did. Imagine how easy it is for a coyote, wolf, or bear to see a piebald or albino fawn in a thicket?

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  10. Amy
    March 14, 2011

    Piebald deer are a sight to behold. Unfortunately with the recessive trait a lot of times comes curved spines, under bites, shorter legs and other less life threatening traits. They are unusual but you probably did this big boy a lot of suffering in his later life if he did carry any of those traits. Nice rack and beautiful coat that will hopefully be used well.

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  11. Travis Gay
    July 13, 2011

    great trophy i wish some day i can kill a buck like that!!!
    i still got a long time to try cause im only 13,but my fmily dont hunt but i love to so i go with a man from church every day in deer season well good luck to u and try to kill another

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  12. jbbb
    July 18, 2011

    Keep hunting Travis Gray. Maybe you will learn that all animals are sacred,esp. the ones you take cleanly & fairly.

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  13. Anthony
    January 27, 2012

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  14. Pedrox
    April 12, 2012

    ): dont like people shooting at animals to have fun

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  15. Deer
    August 2, 2012

    I think it’s a pretty sick thing to show off with killing such a beautiful animal. Especially holding up it’s head with a big smill in front of the camera. No respect!

    In name of all well thinking people from the Netherlands.

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  16. Respect
    August 22, 2012

    “It’s a beautiful deer regardless of the name you give it.”

    Yes it is a beautiful deer… so why kill it! I whole heartedly agree with the above person in saying it is disgusting showing off the killing of this beautiful creature.

    If only people could treat animals with the respect they deserve.

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  17. animallover
    October 2, 2012

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  18. Aimee
    November 2, 2012

    For Christ’s sake, animallover, that’s a bit drastic.

    I have to agree on the fact that I would never shoot a deer like that. It’s too pretty. But if you think people just hunt deer for sport, you’re an idiot.

    I live in the Hill Country. WAY too many deer. It’s a serious overpopulation problem. So, obviously, people are going to shoot them. A lot of deer can pose plenty of problems, along with the fact that they’re starving themselves.

    Yes, they’re practically starving themselves I’d rather shoot some than have to watch them suffer like that. I love deer. But I’m not going to threaten to murder someone for shooting ANY creature.

    On the topic of this, though, I’m not sure if you guys realize this, that’s how you take a picture of any trophy animal you shoot, holding its head up and maybe smiling a tiny bit so you don’t look stupid. I don’t like how enthusiastic that guy looks after shooting a piebald deer, though. It isn’t anything I’d be proud of. Every time I shoot something, I don’t cheer like some people I know do. It’s dead, sure, but I hate it when people don’t show a shred of somberness after shooting a creature.

    Just my opinion on the matter.

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  19. hunter1
    May 2, 2013

    it looks albino

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  20. Austin
    November 11, 2013

    Man what a unique deer, definitely want to get a full body mount of that.thats once in a lifetime.now get an albino raccoon and a black bobcat and you would have the triple crown.

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  21. Del
    December 23, 2013

    Wow. Way to go to this worthless sack of rancid meat butchering an animal that already had a difficult life and still made it to adulthood despite the odds being stacked against it. Hey look, there’s the last Raphus cucullatus, let’s all take a crack at that too! Doesn’t matter if it’s rare, unusual, or outstanding, you’re a human being and a man, you have a right to kill it! People that have no respect for the beauty of nature and life are absolutely vile. I’m not even vegetarian but posing with your murder victim, grinning like a fool is also pretty disgusting. Have some respect not to paw at the animal’s corpse while dry humping it for your personal collection of “I like to kill shit” scrapbook. You took the animal’s life, try and at least spare it’s dignity and respect the life you stole.

    This guy is why hunters have a bad rap. Take what you need, spare the exceptional, and don’t be a douche canoe because you can shoot an animal.

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  22. Ms Kathy
    May 21, 2014

    Great kill,
    these genetics are mutations. It is encouraged to remove this type of deer from the population. I would be proud of this hunt. Some people are just jealous and that is why they say the things they say. Personal attacks are really just things that they see in themselves and want to transfer their own guilt onto you. Stand firm in your beliefs and continue your hunting as overpopulation is all to common of a problem. As long as you consume the meat I see nothing wrong with this hunt.

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