Mule Deer in Colorado with Two Sets of Antlers

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  1. AfricaHunting.com

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    Mule Deer in Colorado with Two Sets of Antlers

    This big boy wanders the downtown streets of Colorado Springs wearing two sets of antlers, plus a big drop on the right side.

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    Wow, that is wild looking! This thread just reminded me of why I love the western US, the Deer actually walk down the streets! On one of my dads Pronghorn hunts we were staying in Hot Springs South Dakota, and at night deer would be walking down the street! Heck, the hotel we stayed at I stayed up for 2 hrs. just to watch Mule Deer out the window of our room! Wonderful times.
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    Definitely a high scoring non-typ! Too bad it is a tame one.....as tame as a city dweller mule deer can be I mean. :)
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    I saw a whitetail deer that had 2 horns on one side about 15 years ago...

    A member in a hunting party wounded the deer on my cousins place and my brother and i tracked it down for them, to pick up...

    They were not very skilled in the tracking of deer...
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    That deer did not have two antlers on each side, both sides had a common base and split. Both sheds were found by the same guy to comfirm it. The deer was in Colorado Springs , Colorado. I'll see if I can find the article about the sheds.

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