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Old September 15th, 2020, 08:37 PM #71
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... but if you have a permit to carry...
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Old September 15th, 2020, 10:34 PM #72
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Gave 2 piebalds a pass at the undisclosed location about 10 years ago. Haven't seen one since. Never see them in my area here. There was a ver dark (almost black) buck in a neighbor's field a few years ago. Thought that was cool. Would probably let that one walk too. Now if he makes it past 160 though, all bets are off!
I read a really good article about the different shades of deer by James Heffelfinger called "50 shades of brown". Reallllly good stuff. In it he explains how dark dark brown or black fur deer produce to much melanin pigment. They are called Melanistic dear or the the cause is called Melanism.
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I read a really good article about the different shades of deer by James Heffelfinger called "50 shades of brown". Reallllly good stuff. In it he explains how dark dark brown or black fur deer produce to much melanin pigment. They are called Melanistic dear or the the cause is called Melanism.
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I've read it now, too:

https://old.ttha.com/articles/fifty-shades-of-brown/
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Old September 16th, 2020, 12:34 PM #74
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My rule is brown down, and that's not brown soooo, that's a hard no from me.
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Nope and in some cases DNR has a line on them by location not to shoot. We had one here for years named Snowflake all the hunters knew, dont shoot, some @$$hole shot her and hunters rights on land and the public were outraged. It just takes one, so not brown not down as above. Thnx
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Thanks for the link. It was actually emailed to me. Definitely bookmarked it.
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I shot one about 40 years ago. It looked more like a Holstein than an albino. Had the head mounted, the legs made into a lamp and the hide tanned.
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I shot one about 40 years ago. It looked more like a Holstein than an albino. Had the head mounted, the legs made into a lamp and the hide tanned.
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Old September 16th, 2020, 05:37 PM #80
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I don't get the mystique. It's not like it's a rainbow tailed unicorn.

ETA *that would be a life size mount*
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