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What kind of hunter are you?

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Submitted : 2018-06-14 16:44:21    Popularity:     

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Would you pull the trigger on an albino deer? A friend of mine took this not long ago very near me. Do you think it is anything else other than a deer?
Like a goat maybe.

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I would not have a problem shooting an albino deer. Obviously I would make sure that it was a deer rather than a Charolais.

No I wouldn’t pull the trigger. But I would have a much better scope or camera to make sure. Never shoot if you have any question about what you are aiming at.

Circa 1980, Near the Gifford Ferry on the Columbia River in Washington, I saw a guy tagging and loading an animal he had shot. He claimed it was an albino white tailed deer. Actually it was my neighbors Saanen Dairy Goat. I took a special interest since I had Dairy Goats of that same breed myself.

That's a terrible photo. Looks more looks a goat to me. If you can't identify your target 100%, you shouldn't pull the trigger.

I'd remove an albino from the gene pool. They taste the same.

yes as it would be in the cull plan as a freek

I don’t hunt. It’s the meanest thing ever

There is a strain of albino deer in my region, and no hunter would kill them. Its a code among responsible hunters to not kill special or unique animals.

I'd shoot a albino deer it would make a great trophy but I doubt it's a deer it's probably something else albinos are extremely rare although if your friend had a scope he would know

An albino deer would not live a full life anyway. It's probably best to kill a deer like this to ensure it doesn't weaken the local herd. Just eat what you kill.

That being said, that is more than likely a goat.



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