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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 12-04-2018, 11:25 AM Thread Starter
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Three toed deer

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Can you imagine seeing those tracks in the snow?

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I'd put it on my key chain like a rabbits foot for good luck,
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Swamp deer for sure.....wider hoof surface helps with walking in those mucky areas.

Ha - cool picture. Thanks for sharing.
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One of those Three Mile Island deer no doubt,
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When you are up to your butt in alligators, it is hard to remember your intent was to drain the swamp. Stay focused!
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One hoof or all 4?


I flew right over Three Mile Island the day of the melt down March 28, 1979, but perhaps many of your already figured that out.

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The day after the melt down I was in fields and woods across the road from TMI shooting rabbits and groundhogs for federal biologists who wanted them to remove the pituitary glands to check for radiation. I sent my wife and very young daughter to her parents home and I am out crawling through the grass snipping groundhogs and I didnlt even get hazardous duty pay.

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The day after the melt down I was in fields and woods across the road from TMI shooting rabbits and groundhogs for federal biologists who wanted them to remove the pituitary glands to check for radiation. I sent my wife and very young daughter to her parents home and I am out crawling through the grass snipping groundhogs and I didnlt even get hazardous duty pay.[IMG class=inlineimg]https://www.huntingpa.com/forums/images/Huntingpa_toucan/smilies/tango_face_devil.png[/IMG]
So that’s why you’re so grumpy lol
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Not even close to as cool as a "three toed deer" but the first archery buck I shot was a 1.5 year old pencil rack seven point. He showed no other signs "Piebaldism" (not sure if this is a real term) but the white from his brisket extended well onto his neck area and slightly on the shoulders and he had (2) completely white front hoofs. The rear hoofs were regular coloring but both front ones the hoof themselves were pure white but none of the surrounding fur was. The processor did not read my note to keep the legs as I was going to make a gun rack with them and unfortunately discarded of the carcass. I did get a shoulder mount done to try to display the white in the neck but unfortunately because the deer was only a 1.5 year old with like a 12" neck it did not come out that well. Hindsight 20/20 I should have went with a pedestal mount as they display more of the neck and shoulder. Anyway sorry for the rant just came to mind when I read about a hoof.
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