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My first "Vampire" deer #8958683 11/20/23 07:28 PM
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Finished up some more Euros, out of all the deer heads I’ve had my hands on this 11 point from Fowlerton is the first “fanged” deer I’ve ever seen in person. Yes, a small percentage of white tailed deer still have fangs like they did thousands of years ago. Pretty cool.

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Re: My first "Vampire" deer [Re: skinnerback] #8958700 11/20/23 08:05 PM
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looks good. When you coming up!!


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Originally Posted by BOBO the Clown
looks good. When you coming up!!


Right after Thanksgiving! Better late than never. grin

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Most folks don’t even know that exists because they usually don’t break the gum line. It’s never seen unless a Euro is done.

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Originally Posted by skinnerback
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looks good. When you coming up!!


Right after Thanksgiving! Better late than never. grin



cheers drive safe see you then


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Re: My first "Vampire" deer [Re: ntxtrapper] #8958710 11/20/23 08:14 PM
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Originally Posted by ntxtrapper
Most folks don’t even know that exists because they usually don’t break the gum line. It’s never seen unless a Euro is done.



Most don't even have the holes that the fangs come out of, most are smooth there.....& yes you're right you'll never see fangs unless you're doing Euros or aging teeth. up

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Originally Posted by BOBO the Clown
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looks good. When you coming up!!


Right after Thanksgiving! Better late than never. grin



cheers drive safe see you then



Will do amigo!

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Never realized this. Are they ivory like that of an?

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Re: My first "Vampire" deer [Re: HuntnFly67] #8958717 11/20/23 08:25 PM
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Originally Posted by HuntnFly67
Never realized this. Are they ivory like an elk's?



I don't know, good question.

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Originally Posted by skinnerback
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Never realized this. Are they ivory like an elk's?



I don't know, good question.



Just had to do a double take on the three euros in my office. Sure enough; just a hint of a bump there.

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Originally Posted by skinnerback
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Most folks don’t even know that exists because they usually don’t break the gum line. It’s never seen unless a Euro is done.


Most don't even have the holes that the fangs come out of, most are smooth there.....& yes you're right you'll never see fangs unless you're doing Euros or aging teeth. up



Wait, did I just learn something from Skinner?

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Originally Posted by HuntnFly67
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Never realized this. Are they ivory like an elk's?



I don't know, good question.



Just had to do a double take on the three euros in my office. Sure enough; just a hint of a bump there.



I don't know if it's simply genetics or if age is also a factor. confused2

Re: My first "Vampire" deer [Re: Hudbone] #8958728 11/20/23 08:32 PM
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Originally Posted by Hudbone
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Most folks don’t even know that exists because they usually don’t break the gum line. It’s never seen unless a Euro is done.


Most don't even have the holes that the fangs come out of, most are smooth there.....& yes you're right you'll never see fangs unless you're doing Euros or aging teeth. up



Wait, did I just learn something from Skinner?



rofl Even a broken clock is right twice a day. grin

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Tell you what though, these were the most disgusting Euros I've ever done. They rotted in two separate freezers that both died. I stayed upwind and stuck ear plugs in my nose and still almost puked a couple of times sick, but I got them done, and did them for free. roflmao


Hud here's another Fowlerton deer, this one was extra stanky after all of that rotten juice absorbed into the velvet that was still on this one. Took a little while but it's good now.

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that's some good stuff. Vicks can be your friend.

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Originally Posted by HuntnFly67
Never realized this. Are they ivory like that of an?


They are just teeth.

We've taken a few muleys and WT that had them, not near that long though.
Nice euros !!

Re: My first "Vampire" deer [Re: Wytex] #8958769 11/20/23 09:28 PM
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Originally Posted by Wytex
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Never realized this. Are they ivory like that of an?


They are just teeth.

We've taken a few muleys and WT that had them, not near that long though.
Nice euros !!



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Originally Posted by Hudbone
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Most folks don’t even know that exists because they usually don’t break the gum line. It’s never seen unless a Euro is done.


Most don't even have the holes that the fangs come out of, most are smooth there.....& yes you're right you'll never see fangs unless you're doing Euros or aging teeth. up



Wait, did I just learn something from Skinner?


Don’t get used to it, but it can happen.

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Originally Posted by Sneaky
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Most folks don’t even know that exists because they usually don’t break the gum line. It’s never seen unless a Euro is done.


Most don't even have the holes that the fangs come out of, most are smooth there.....& yes you're right you'll never see fangs unless you're doing Euros or aging teeth. up



Wait, did I just learn something from Skinner?


Don’t get used to it, but it can happen.



rofl

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Happens more often in the cooking section I guess confused2


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Happens more often in the cooking section I guess confused2


Yes, but that’s not the point.

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Looks great, skinner! up

Would love to see this one in a euro...

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Originally Posted by kry226
Looks great, skinner! up

Would love to see this one in a euro...

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I would love to do a Euro on one of them.

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