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Registered: November 2003
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· Date: Thu,November,27,2003 · Views: 20,062 ·
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buttonbuckkiller

Registered: December 2003
Location: IOwa
Posts: 7
Tue,December,23,2003 8:31pm Rating: 10 

You guys got two albinoes in 2003. Tell me where you live and what kind of mounts you did on them please.
YoungHunter

Registered: March 2004
Location: Illinois
Posts: 4
Tue,March,16,2004 9:50pm

I dont think u should kill the albinoes. There arent very many and it wouldnt be hard to kill them all.
All-American-Hunter

Registered: June 2004
Location: Northern Indiana
Posts: 204
Sat,June,26,2004 3:56am

I am not trying to question your hunting ethics or anything but i would have let him walk even though he has a good rack. i agree with YoungHunter.
Canadianhunter

Registered: April 2004
Location: Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
Posts: 59
Tue,June,29,2004 9:33pm

Not that we say many (if any) here in Canada,but I agree, I would let them walk...unless it was a booner, that would be too tough to pass up.
NSChoppers04

Registered: July 2004
Location: EATON,OHIO
Posts: 4
Sat,July,31,2004 2:52pm Rating: 1 

THAT BUCK IS UGLY. JUS KILL ALL THE ALBINOS.DONT EVEN EAT THEM. THROW THERE BODYS OUT.I DONT WONT MY SON KILLIN ONE OF THOSE
Hunter76

Registered: August 2004
Location: Savannah,NY
Posts: 23
Sun,August,8,2004 10:02pm

It is a very nice deer and I probably would have shot it, because if you let it go someone ealse would have shot it. Where I come from their is plenty of them but they are on Seneca Army Depo. In New York.
Ctownshooter
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Registered: December 2004
Location: Southern Indiana
Posts: 30
Mon,December,6,2004 4:55pm

It isn't like you are goin to make them go extinct by shooting them. They are a whitetail deer with just a genetic disorder. It doesn't take two albinos to throw a albino fawn. So they will never go away.
Troy Gentry
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Registered: February 2004
Posts: 122
Tue,December,7,2004 12:47am Rating: 10 

I would have smoked him!! Awesome buck!!!!!!!
quickdraw

Registered: December 2004
Location: Ohio
Posts: 31
Tue,December,7,2004 1:47am Rating: 10 

Don't let the negative people get you down,I would have shot that buck without a doubt. How much more unique can you get. It's not like he would live forever anyway. Will be an awesome mount of a lifetime!
luvthehunt

Registered: December 2004
Location: simpsonville ky
Posts: 10
Tue,December,7,2004 3:15am Rating: 10 

an albino is rare where im from but if i had seen him sorry about his luck !! thats a buck of a lifetime congrats on a great & unusual buck
Walker

Registered: December 2004
Location: Monroe Co. Ky.
Posts: 13
Sun,December,12,2004 4:06pm Rating: 10 

I bet white deer taste just like brown ones, can anyone say Got Deer???
kendall2005

Registered: December 2004
Posts: 59
Mon,December,13,2004 9:47am

Maybe its just old folk lore but i was always told it is illegal in some states to kill Albino Deer. I live in IL if anyone can clear that up for me go ahead.
spidereyes

Registered: November 2004
Location: Warsaw,Ky
Posts: 7
Wed,December,15,2004 6:32am Rating: 10 

I live in ky and it don't matter what color the deer is,if you can get a shot you can kill it.
chuckybaby1967

Registered: November 2004
Location: Tennessee
Posts: 68
Wed,December,15,2004 2:31pm

Yes kendall2005 it is illegal in some states to shoot albino deer...i live in tennessee and it is ... I would not have shot him because he has no way to defend himself by cover...
bdsmith14

Registered: December 2004
Posts: 3
Wed,December,15,2004 10:27pm Rating: 9 

my cousin killed a nice ten point albino opening weekend in Illinois. If there is a spot of brown they are legal, he's getting a full body mount. What's the big deal, if they were endangered it would be illegal, nice kill!!
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