Fat doe???

Discussion in 'Deer Hunting' started by bottomlands, Dec 17, 2012.

  1. bottomlands

    bottomlands Well-Known Member

  2. BIG JIM

    BIG JIM Select Member<br>Ol Eagle Eye

    Yep..Big fat doe.

  3. tyhunter23

    tyhunter23 Well-Known Member

    That is a swamp donkey of a doe. She has been eating good.
  4. 4hunting

    4hunting Well-Known Member

    As fat, healthy and happy as she & her offspring look, that has to be a goverment maintained deer. Wonder where she keep her free cell phone??????????
  5. mikebri

    mikebri Well-Known Member

    Fat and healthy, I think you need to check her BMI, she is to obese. Needs to start exercise program and stay off sweet feed and rice bran.:whistle:
  6. WILDMAN44

    WILDMAN44 Well-Known Member

    I'd have to cut that one given the chance. Biggest doe I've ever seen killed wAs 162lbs and she would probably stomp that.
  7. Thenarwhal

    Thenarwhal Well-Known Member

    She looks pregnant to me. Note the scrawny neck and shoulders, the average size hams, the lean face. The weight doesn't show on the entire body. It is carried only in the mid section. I don't think she's fat; I think she's full.
  8. I agree. My fat does are round from head to tail.
  9. 10pointman

    10pointman Moderator Staff Member

    Looks pregnant to me.but who knows?

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  10. 4hunting

    4hunting Well-Known Member

    Guess anything is possible in todays times, but I just don't think so for several reasons, first, what about the 1/2 grown deer in the 2cd photo? One would have to assume it is her's. That deer is not even a year old, most likely born in late spring, early summer. Second, it takes a deer 7 months to have a fawn. To be that heavy now she would have to be 3rd trimester & that would mean be breed about the same time she would have had the one in the photo for one reason and also that would mean we have deer breeding in the summer.

    IMO, just a big, old, fat, real health doe!
  11. miketyson26

    miketyson26 Well-Known Member Lifetime Supporter

    I'd say breed and pregnant....

    Miketyson26 :flag:
  12. dbo89

    dbo89 Well-Known Member

    The yearlend has a big belly to. Looks to be they ben eatin good.
  13. mwmwbm

    mwmwbm Well-Known Member

    Except i say just gorged on that bait pile for a day or two. hadnt spread the fat around yet.
  14. hogsbreath

    hogsbreath Well-Known Member

    Shoot it and let us know.
  15. bottomlands

    bottomlands Well-Known Member

    Just don't thank I would shoot her if I new she was prego, as 4hunter said if she is, she'd had to be bred in the summer and I've never cn a ruttin buck in aug!
  16. BIG JIM

    BIG JIM Select Member<br>Ol Eagle Eye

    You might want to turn some dogs loose on her a couple days a week to get her in shape.
  17. bottomlands

    bottomlands Well-Known Member

    She deffinately needs the exercise :)
  18. Buckrub

    Buckrub Well-Known Member

    We have had deer breeding in the summer for years.

    A few years ago, I almost ran over a newly born fawn, no WAY it was 2 weeks old yet.......when I left to come home on Christmas Eve.

    She's pregnant. That's last year's doe with her, not this year's. Heck, she probably witnessed Mama being bred.
  19. bottomlands

    bottomlands Well-Known Member

    Wow!! Well in the weeks to come guess I'll keep an eye open for the spotted newbies!!