have any of you guys seen antlers like these

Submitted by Michael on 7/20/06 at 4:26 PM. ( nyonalaketaxidermy@lycos.com )

these are a set of mounted whitetail antlers but look at them this buck was taken in indiana in 1976 [IMG]http://i111.photobucket.com/albums/n122/hoosierhunter06/grandpabensdeer001.jpg[/IMG]
i keep getting it's a mulie but it's not.

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Yes It is

This response submitted by Alex on 7/20/06 at 4:49 PM. ( )

A Venado Mulo (Mule deer)

Who's yur daddy Who's yur daddy

This response submitted by don't hurt my mules (greatest movie of all times on 7/20/06 at 6:34 PM. ( )

Hell there weren't many whitetail deer in Indiana in 1976, and NO Mulies, that set of antlers is definitely Mule deer, my guess a set of mule deer antlers withthe name plate switched or the hunter was from Indiana

Mule Deer

This response submitted by Deer Hunter on 7/20/06 at 7:52 PM. ( Mule Deer Are Us )

They don't get anymore Mule Deer than that :-)

Actually there were plenty of whitetails here

This response submitted by Cecil on 7/20/06 at 8:43 PM. ( )

in 1976.

ano5ther joke

This response submitted by cb on 7/20/06 at 9:37 PM. ( )

another joke by this nut case. hunts , not, big business, not,. scultpers wantd not. wise up folks, this kid is a joke. look at his web site

Well don't

This response submitted by Alex on 7/21/06 at 4:06 PM. ( )

Surprise if a muley made it to that State, I remember in 1971 we shot a 9 point Muley in the middle of The Everglades park called Fakahatchee nat.Park before it was a park.

Back then Florida had a law that if you shot a deer illegally, you need it to buy a deer and turn it loose in the area you were caught.
So some poacher bought and released a muley in this area, apparently it had survived at least 2 years in those swamps.

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