It's that time of year. Let's see those kills.

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  1. hogpatrol

    hogpatrol Don't criticize the farmer with your mouth full. Gold $$ Contributor

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    It's that time of year again. Let's see those big and small game kills of the '18-19 season.

    First one of the year for me, not a trophy, a doe with the muzzleloader. Will yield some nice roasts, chip steak and lebanon bologna. :)
     

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  2. pirate ammo

    pirate ammo Guaranteed to take the wind out of their sails Gold $$ Contributor

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    Bambi Burgers,,yum,,
     
  3. Cloudrepair

    Cloudrepair Gold $$ Contributor

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    Last day last hour of light of our hunt
     

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  4. Cloudrepair

    Cloudrepair Gold $$ Contributor

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    And my son's three point.
    last hour of second day
     

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  5. Plumsask

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    Mulie from southern sask- muzzleloader- oct. 13
     

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  6. sawcarver

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    Here is my 12 year old daughters first Buck. 357 Max at 25 yards

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    My 12 year old sons six point 225 yards with a 6-06

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    And his doe at 340 yards

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    Awesome!!! Love seeing Kids Rock!
     
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    Wow! you young guys are great hunters and shooters. Keep it up, you are our future in this sport, Congratulations!
    sawcarver looks like the deer in your area had a good year and plenty of groceries.
     
  10. 300_whisper

    300_whisper Gold $$ Contributor

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    You should have let him walk. He looks like a baby buck with average genetics!

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  11. KMart

    KMart Gold $$ Contributor

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    Terrain looks pretty steep there:)
     
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    A friend dropped this one with a perfectly placed arrow from his longbow: ea8ba44bf97d9210e29cc179395f5a10.jpg
     
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    So far this fall my only kill has been the furnace in the house.
     
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    Immike Gold $$ Contributor

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    Is that a crossbreed? I’ve never seen anything like that before. Damn beautiful animal dude! Congratulations!!
     
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    ImMike- thanks

    This is as far as I could tell a run of the mill Sask Mule deer. I have heard people ask the question about whitetail and mule deer breeding and I don’t know if it can happen or not. What I do know from personal experience as witnessed twice this fall is I have seen whitetail and mulie’s running together and in the same herd. For a mule deer this guy didn’t have a large spread, but he did have great mass, a largee frame- decent main beams, a broken off drop tine ( probably done while in velvet), guessing he was in his prime and maybe had one or two good years left before he would start to go downhill. We did have him scored and he Grossed 190-1/8. Here in sask it’s all draw seasons for Mule deer unless you’re an archery hunter- a few zones offer a regular season for archery.

    Cheers
     
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  16. KMart

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    There was some pictures posted here last deer season of a huge rack taken near Post, Texas. The rack on one side was a typical whitetail and the other was a typical mulie. It was speculated that it was a crossbreed because of that and the fact that in that area the two breeds occupied the same territory.
     
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    The latest "pile of pigs" from my place in south Texas.

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  18. KMart

    KMart Gold $$ Contributor

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    Looked back at the post from last year and it looks like my memory isn't all that good. What the pictures show is a mulie with a whitetail rack and vise versa.

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    So far all we have hunted is pigs
     
  20. Immike

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    Kmart, One of the reasons my interest is so up right now is that I have a nice whitetail around my stand that has a mulie looking side just from injuries or something. His G2 splits big giving him that look and the G3 and beam looks like another big split. His left side is typical and heavier.
     
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