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    Malibu deer,,,,

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    nice bucks!

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    Nice!! I used to hunt Malibu when it was part of Zone A31.....had lots of fun there and saw some huge bucks. Thanks for sharing.

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    During WWII my Dad had 10 acres in Maibu above Paradise Cove. I was real young (about 4 or 5), but remember spending lots of time there during summers. We had a cabin there, but no elec or water. My Dad shot lots of deer there. I have a mount of one he shot in 1946 that is a 5x5 that is in the 150/160 range. As I remember Dad said he got 160# of meat from the butcher. He told me a lady owned a big ranch and imported a bunch of mulies from Utah for her place. The deer mount has hair well over 1" long, not like the typical Maibu deer. He sold the place in 1948.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Colorado Cowboy View Post
    During WWII my Dad had 10 acres in Maibu above Paradise Cove. I was real young (about 4 or 5), but remember spending lots of time there during summers. We had a cabin there, but no elec or water. My Dad shot lots of deer there. I have a mount of one he shot in 1946 that is a 5x5 that is in the 150/160 range. As I remember Dad said he got 160# of meat from the butcher. He told me a lady owned a big ranch and imported a bunch of mulies from Utah for her place. The deer mount has hair well over 1" long, not like the typical Maibu deer. He sold the place in 1948.
    Hey CC,
    Still waiting on your book...

 

 

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