Whitetail/Muley hybrid

Discussion in 'Deer Hunting' started by quackmaster, Sep 11, 2017.

  1. quackmaster

    quackmaster Well-Known Member

    The way he was holding his ears out had me puzzled.
    Never mule deer hunted.
    Like a say, the old timers said they were around there. I don't know.
    This is a sneeze north of El Dorado.
    Figured it could be throw back genes.
  2. bottomlands

    bottomlands Well-Known Member

    Both are mature muleys, none to short eye guards (if that's the discussion here) like modt across the state i share pics from 3 different NEA counties with no more eye guards than the op. Some have some don't.

  3. Rattle-m-up™

    Rattle-m-up™ Well-Known Member

    Man I hate to disagree. But I google imaged "mule deer" and this is what popped up.
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  4. bottomlands

    bottomlands Well-Known Member

    That dude has record book eye guards
  5. quackmaster

    quackmaster Well-Known Member

    I didn't think fawns had antlers? What is that?
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  6. kerrtw

    kerrtw Well-Known Member

    That's a young mule deer, still has its spots.
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  7. bottomlands

    bottomlands Well-Known Member

    It's a monsta muley in camoflauge
  8. Rattle-m-up™

    Rattle-m-up™ Well-Known Member

    Common misconception is that adult mule deer lose their spots.
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  9. silentassassin

    silentassassin Well-Known Member

    Thank you. I typed up a reply to your first post in this thread chastising you for how you post game had fallen off and then deleted it. My heart has warmed slightly from this thread.
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  10. AR1527

    AR1527 Well-Known Member

    I'm just gonna put this here for comparison. I'm seeing more than a few similarities.
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  11. outdoorjunkiebj

    outdoorjunkiebj Well-Known Member

    Is that a mule wabbit? Must be a scrapper already broke off a couple of tines.
  12. huntin24_7

    huntin24_7 Well-Known Member

    That's a Muley/elk hybrid. Although not native to Arkansas can be found in the northern part of the state. This one appears to still have its antler fur...
  13. Had one that looked just like him get by me last year. Damn dogs were running a rabbit on the next property and spooked him. Couldn't sleep for two nights.
  14. Hambone

    Hambone Well-Known Member

    With Trump in office must be a slow day at the plant.......seriously this is how you and Rattle Pants pass the time...???
  15. Rattle-m-up™

    Rattle-m-up™ Well-Known Member

    You're so jelly.
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  16. Bad slow. We can't all slang whoppers in a fast paced drive-thru moneybags.
  17. I've seen Bigfoot pics that were more clear....
  18. browning_gold_12

    browning_gold_12 Moderator<br>Deer Hunting<br>Trail Cameras<br>'07

    Agreed... Not his best work but the bobber definitely bumped a couple lips....
  19. bottomlands

    bottomlands Well-Known Member

    Ain't you posed to be chasing elk by now
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  20. I did for 4 days.... notta.. zip... to warm they ain't talking... i got the last 3 days off. Ima try them again..