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    Could be real, see similar with neck shots gone wrong, BUT that deer is too healthy looking to have gone through the infection caused to create that kind of hole.

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    Yep, a hole like that would be full of maggots and the deer wouldn't be felling to well either.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Colorado Cowboy View Post
    Yep, a hole like that would be full of maggots and the deer wouldn't be felling to well either.
    Not to mention the trail of coyotes chasing the scent. I may be wrong but the membrane holding the lungs in place would be long gone. Causing the lungs to drop?
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    I cant see a deer living through that or for very long after it anyways.
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    I shot one like that about 5yrs ago that was shot high through the shoulder. He was laying in a drain and didn't even care that I was walking around him trying to assess the situation. Called the game warden to tell him I was going to be shooting him as a mercy killing. While seeing if there was any meat salvageable I found there was yellow puss under his hide all the way back to his hams and it was rank. Needless to say that deer was FUBAR. Coyotes wouldn't even touch it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by d.kerri View Post
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    Oh no, not the dreaded palmated antler thread.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Umpqua Hunter View Post
    Oh no, not the dreaded palmated antler thread.
    Ha! That thread still cracks me up. This thread might be on track for rivaling the palmated antler thread.

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    Here's a goose with a hole in it.

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