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10 point White deer in wi. shot by bowhunter w/video

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Deer of many lifetimes right there. Tippman's keeping tabs on one for us in MN as well. Hopefully he made it through gun season - he'll be a beauty next fall. Plan on dropping a few grand for a full body mount.

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I thought it was illegal to shoot white deer in Wisconsin?

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Albino and a white deer are two diffrent deer albino has red eyes and a white deer has brown eyes and sometimes a brown spot of fur.

Shooting a white or albino deer outside of the chronic wasting disease zone is illegal and can result in a steep fine and up to a three-year loss of a hunting license. But the shoot Nov. 15 was in the zone.

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I think they're called piebald deer. My grandpa saw a nice brown/white buck in Ripley years ago.

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Yes, white and albino deer are illegal to shoot in Wisconsin - it is legal since it was shot in a TB zone - whereas anything is legal.

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Interesting... Imagine if it was just outside the zone, would be difficult not being able to harvest such an amazing animal.

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seeing that thing early in the morning walking in the distance would kinda be freaky. Not ever seeing it around before you'd swear your just seeing another branch or something moving looking like a deer.

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I was at Lundeen's yesterday and a guy had a white buck in the back of his truck. It was wier looking, thats for sure!

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it says the video's not avalible now for me atleast.

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sweet deer!

it will probably cost you about 2000-3000 dollars to get a full body mount. depending on who you take it to

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try click out of it then going back in...worked for me

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