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Re: small buck [Re: Turtledale] #7701383
10/26/22 04:23 PM
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Originally Posted by Turtledale
You got that right when I "matured" I found out it wasn't all about antler size wink


If you shoot that one in the pic it would be all about antlers because you won't be able to eat it. Those cysts make the meat inedible. First hand experience.

Re: small buck [Re: west river rogue] #7701400
10/26/22 04:55 PM
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Here we go! Hunters bashing hunters on method of take and size of deer they choose to kill.

That is a 2.5 year old deer probably (educated guess), if you have a tag for it shoot it, if you want. The warts wonít hurt the meat and you can eat the deer (deer biologist was phoned).



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Re: small buck [Re: DelawareRob] #7701406
10/26/22 05:04 PM
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Originally Posted by DelawareRob
Here we go! Hunters bashing hunters on method of take and size of deer they choose to kill.

That is a 2.5 year old deer probably (educated guess), if you have a tag for it shoot it, if you want. The warts wonít hurt the meat and you can eat the deer (deer biologist was phoned).



Believe me the biologists don't know what they are talking about especially if they think those are warts.

When they have those fibroma cysts on the skin they are usually in the meat as well. Just wait until you cut into one of them. Not kidding.

Re: small buck [Re: west river rogue] #7701408
10/26/22 05:07 PM
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Ok, Iíll let him know he needs to turn in his doctorate in deer biology.


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Re: small buck [Re: DelawareRob] #7701409
10/26/22 05:08 PM
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Originally Posted by DelawareRob
Ok, Iíll let him know he needs to turn in his doctorate in deer biology.


He definitely should if he thinks they are warts.

Re: small buck [Re: west river rogue] #7701425
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Cutaneous Fibromas, more commonly known as deer warts.

https://www.mdwfp.com/wildlife-hunt...nd-abnormalities/cutaneous-fibromas.aspx


Maybe you had one that had a bad bacterial infection or another issue that caused the meat to be bad.



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