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Looking For Whitetail Capes #7175386
05/21/18 03:41 AM
05/21/18 03:41 AM
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As title states I am looking for 3 Whitetail Capes they can be green or they can be wet tanned either or.

Looking for pretty South Texas capes not all scared up. I prefer early season (short haired capes) with a 19”-22” neck. I need 1 short haired cape for sure.


Thanks in advance and have a great day.

Re: Looking For Whitetail Capes [Re: Kimber1911] #7182910
05/29/18 08:22 PM
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I think I still have 2 s. tx. (laredo area) capes in the freezer. They are green but I'm not sure what you mean by short hair cape.
I know one was killed in Dec. but can't remember when the other one was killed. We are MLD so could have been Nov. to Feb.

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