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Ever seen a growth like this? #6933316
10/25/17 06:41 PM
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Just dumped a game camera and discovered this girl carrying around a rather strange growth on her shoulder. Any idea what it might be?



Re: Ever seen a growth like this? [Re: mikei] #6933349
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Its just a wart or some kind. Nothing too serious. Either that or CWD.

Re: Ever seen a growth like this? [Re: mikei] #6933359
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Fibroma....wart basically. Deer is fine and okay for consumption as well.

Re: Ever seen a growth like this? [Re: mikei] #6933360
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2 inches back and it would be a bullseye for high shoulder shot roflmao


Originally Posted by bill oxner
I plowed mules.
Originally Posted by Roll-Tide
I did build a cabin. Aka the brokeback shack.

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Re: Ever seen a growth like this? [Re: mikei] #6933480
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It will provide a DRT deer where it is.


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Re: Ever seen a growth like this? [Re: mikei] #6933485
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IDK but with that much corn on the ground the coons are going to be well fed.

Re: Ever seen a growth like this? [Re: mikei] #6933582
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Yes it is a wart.

Re: Ever seen a growth like this? [Re: redchevy] #6933646
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Originally Posted By: redchevy
It will provide a DRT deer where it is.


Yeah, she has conveniantly provided an aiming point.


Re: Ever seen a growth like this? [Re: mikei] #6933656
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My first buck back as a teenager, had two of those on his neck.

Re: Ever seen a growth like this? [Re: mikei] #6933825
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All these shoulder shooting people aiming for the best part of the deer.

Re: Ever seen a growth like this? [Re: sprigsss] #6933872
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Originally Posted By: sprigsss
All these shoulder shooting people aiming for the best part of the deer.


The shoulder? Whatís so great about that?


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Originally Posted By: sprigsss
All these shoulder shooting people aiming for the best part of the deer.


Have you ever had tenderloin or backstrap?

Re: Ever seen a growth like this? [Re: sprigsss] #6934002
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Originally Posted By: sprigsss
All these shoulder shooting people aiming for the best part of the deer.
you are correct the best part of the deer to aim at.


Originally Posted by bill oxner
I plowed mules.
Originally Posted by Roll-Tide
I did build a cabin. Aka the brokeback shack.

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Saw a pic of an antler growing out off a rib one time grin


Runnin'em down like a dog has always worked best for me.
Re: Ever seen a growth like this? [Re: mikei] #6935267
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My favorite part on pigs and deer are the shoulders. I either smoke them whole or pot roast them whole.

In fact when my buddy was trapping hogs Id keep the small ones that he couldnt sell. Id give away the hams and backstraps and keep all the shoulders.

I brown them in a big roaster, then cover with sliced onions and bell pepper and simmer until the meat is falling off the bones. I pull all the meat off, Toss in some baby portabelas and baby carrots, and simmer til carrots are done.

That is absolutley my favorite way to eat deer meat and enjoy it more than grilled backstrap.

Only thing that comes close IMO is grilled heart steaks.

Re: Ever seen a growth like this? [Re: JCB] #6935850
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Originally Posted By: JCB
Originally Posted By: sprigsss
All these shoulder shooting people aiming for the best part of the deer.


Have you ever had tenderloin or backstrap?

Most folks do tend to go for the meatier easier to process parts. But shoulder is dang good.
I have a few folks that ask for shoulders. After leaving a deer hang in the walk-in for a few weeks, I went back and discovered that someone had robbed the shoulders and tenderloins. I found the culprit, he said they were the best parts and he couldn't resist. I shot him a few more deer for shoulders, I kept the tenders. He was a happy to have them.
I have heard of shoulder meat being desirable for many recipes. And not just because of the hard to get to small muscles, but for the flavor.



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