Double Patch Whitetail

Submitted by Bo on 2/15/05 at 10:33 PM. ( )

Is it rare at all ,or fairly common for a whitetail to have two distinct white patches on his throat? I have one this year that has two, separated by an inch and a half brown strip. They really stand out because the one starting under his chin is normal size and so is the second one which makes him white nearly to his brisket. It has made a beautiful mount, I had just not seen one with two distinct patches before. Thanks

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This response submitted by Bradlee on 2/15/05 at 11:01 PM. ( )

atleast here in my neck of the woods . Mostly in the mature bucks here. Bradlee

Common here as well

This response submitted by George on 2/15/05 at 11:55 PM. ( )

Of the deer I get, they run about 1 in 4 though some of them have only faint patches while others are quite distinctive.

Fairly Rare

This response submitted by Old Fart on 2/15/05 at 11:56 PM. ( )

I rarely see anything like that here in northern Minnesota. Those that I have seen have been fairly small and not very distinct. Maybe one out of a hundred.

Fairly Common

This response submitted by C A on 2/16/05 at 12:05 AM. ( )

They are fairly common down here in Texas. About the same description as George said.

I'd like to buy one, anyone know where?

This response submitted by Jeff on 2/16/05 at 1:36 PM. ( )

I'd like to talk with someone who knows where I can get one of the double throat patch capes.


This response submitted by George on 2/16/05 at 2:36 PM. ( )

Email me next year and I'll look out for one. I had 4 this year in my spare hides, but I used one and sold the other 3 to a local taxidermist who'd screwed up several of his capes.

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