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  • 02-13-2014, 05:59 PM
    wscywabbit
    LOL now I'm hungry Bob, Thanks!
  • 02-13-2014, 05:43 PM
    bob cooly
    All I know any more is the horny one are called bucks and the skin heads are called does. Don't have the legs or lungs to hunt the steep stuff anymore so if it is legal it will taste just fine, ate some tenderloins out of a small one last year and the cut like butter. Guess cause they were seared in butter, garlic and onions med rarer than most.
  • 02-12-2014, 10:13 AM
    elkslayer4x5
    Quote Originally Posted by bob cooly View Post
    Indeed you are to be commended, those are truly nice deer, esp. for S. California. I know the Blacktails and Mule deer interbreed but did not know they were in a class all by themselves. That makes 6 classifications that I am aware of. Rocky Mtn., Desert, Inyo, Blacktail, California, and now a Pacific Hybred.
    I guess that you could call it 7, up here they're refered to as Cascade hybrids. Apparently all deer interbreed, according to DNA studies the mule deer was the offspring of a whitetail doe and blacktail buck. Have you been to "Blacktail Country", a web site devoted to blacktails, got photos of some monsters!!
    http://www.blacktailcountry.com/
  • 02-11-2014, 08:44 PM
    bob cooly
    Indeed you are to be commended, those are truly nice deer, esp. for S. California. I know the Blacktails and Mule deer interbreed but did not know they were in a class all by themselves. That makes 6 classifications that I am aware of. Rocky Mtn., Desert, Inyo, Blacktail, California, and now a Pacific Hybred.
  • 01-16-2014, 09:03 AM
    Sonny Thomas
    Mule ears = mule deer
  • 01-14-2014, 01:00 AM
    Gteam
    Quote Originally Posted by bfisher View Post
    Looks like big body deer. What I find interesting is that the first one shown does not have two pronged (split) G1 while the second one does.
    First buck is a 3X3 second buck is a 3X4 with split G1s on both sides.
  • 01-14-2014, 12:50 AM
    Gteam
    Quote Originally Posted by Don B View Post
    Congrats on the nice bucks.
    Where in So. Ca.?
    I am in Riverside and have hunted all over here in the local mountains.
    Don.
    D-11 and A 31 Angeles National Forest.
  • 01-12-2014, 01:51 PM
    Mike G
    Congrats on both bucks!!! I guess I always thought they were a whitetail/mulie cross, never really thought much about it, but I have some friends and cousins that live along the west coast. You got some awesome bucks there!
  • 01-12-2014, 09:22 AM
    typically8
    Awesome
  • 01-11-2014, 09:46 PM
    Chip
    Congrats on the great season!
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