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Palo Pinto county hunters help catch these Dirt Bags #6033244 11/16/15 11:26 PM
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Why would they clean it and dump it, or even shoot it in the first place? Idiots.


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Re: Palo Pinto county hunters help catch these Dirt Bags [Re: Cattleman] #6034429 11/17/15 02:38 PM
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They left the best parts of the deer still on the deer. Maybe they were going to try and sell the kidney or liver on the black market confused2


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Re: Palo Pinto county hunters help catch these Dirt Bags [Re: Erathkid] #6034843 11/17/15 05:27 PM
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Originally Posted By: Erathkid
Why would they clean it and dump it, or even shoot it in the first place? Idiots.


They probably found a bigger buck and decided they didn't want that one. makes no sense to me but I've known people like that. I know a guy when I lived in CO that shot a spike elk (pre-point restriction days) and he ran across a big 5x5 bull on his way to the truck. He dumped the bigger bull and never went back for the spike. Pissed me off when I heard about it.

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Looks like someone got it ready for transport. Then abondoned it.



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I will play devil's advocate and say, what I they were transportting it and it came loose and fell out/off of the vehicle? Not likely, but possible.


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I will play devil's advocate and say, what I they were transportting it and it came loose and fell out/off of the vehicle? Not likely, but possible.


That is what I was thinking, makes little sense to go to the trouble, just to dump it. Even in an AR county, that is a legal spike it appears.

Can say I never seen the front legs cut like that though.


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Re: Palo Pinto county hunters help catch these Dirt Bags [Re: notamtchance] #6035769 11/18/15 12:45 AM
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Originally Posted By: notamtchance
I will play devil's advocate and say, what I they were transportting it and it came loose and fell out/off of the vehicle? Not likely, but possible.


I'll bet this is what happend. I have seen it several times over the years out here on roads.

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Not in this case, its a poacher. If it fell out of a vehicle and was taken by a lawful hunter, it would have a tag attached.

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Maybe the tag was on a front leg? Just sayin...

Given a back leg is also broken, I'd think there's something else in play besides just a poach.

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