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    I thought it would be neat to follow up on this post. Pretty sure I saw this buck again this spring when I was scouting. He had shed one side and looked like he broke off a lot of tines, but the configuration of that star spike off his right side is pretty evident. Knowing he was frequenting the area, I made sure and applied for the either species tag this season figuring he'll probably blow up this season.

    And of course, I got denied. Drew the whitetail tag but was refused the either species upgrade.

    Here's a photo of the buck here in the spring.

    This link has a lot of whitetail stuff in it, but at the bottom of the journal are a bunch of Kansas mule deer photos, including the one attached in this post.

    http://greathuntingstories.com/Journ...ng_Kansas.aspx

    Guess I'll have to wait another year and hope he makes it again.Click image for larger version. 

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    That's cool. I have a buddy that is going on 4 years without a mule deer stamp in KS.
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    Wow. I had no idea they were that protected. Interesting part of it is that you evidently can't get a preference point for them separate from the whitetail.
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    Eastern plains mule deer in Colorado are a little harder to get but still doable. The whitetail are getting thicker and thicker and the dow needs to do something about this. In some ways, be thankful that it is hard to get a mule deer tag in KS because that will save the population. Someday in Colorado they will be almost nonhuntable on the eastern plains

 

 

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