Brett Wilson – Summer 2005 By: muleymadness Date Uploaded: August 27, 2005 Description: Gallery: Live Mule Deer 15 Comments Guest August 28th, 2005 nice find, what state and wat unit , Log in to Reply Guest August 30th, 2005 Utah! Log in to Reply Guest October 12th, 2005 where at in utah? that is one crazy lookin buck Log in to Reply Guest November 29th, 2005 IS THAT BUCK IMBREAD OR WHAT Log in to Reply Guest July 20th, 2006 Is that up butterfield canyon? Log in to Reply Guest January 11th, 2007 this guy is lucky look at all the wierd ,thick deer he is seeing Log in to Reply Guest January 22nd, 2007 there is a fungis amung us! Log in to Reply Guest March 9th, 2007 If that in utah I don’t want to go there that ulgy. Log in to Reply Guest August 11th, 2007 i seen this buck this morning and he is n my unit Log in to Reply MuleyMadness August 11th, 2007 I was right behind you! 🙂 What color is/was your truck! Log in to Reply Guest August 11th, 2007 grey f150 Log in to Reply Guest August 11th, 2007 Was yours a white truck,do you have a tag or you just lookin,did he look bigger to you this year then last. Log in to Reply MuleyMadness August 11th, 2007 Did you see the white truck right behind you? Shoot me an email, email@example.com You have an archery or rifle tag? Log in to Reply Guest November 1st, 2007 nice deer but if yur findin this in more than one deer you should really harvest these bucks and get them out of the gene pool. Log in to Reply Guest September 24th, 2009 This happens when a deer has both male and female repro. parts and does not have enough testoserone (or something like that) to drop the antlers. These horns are never shed and always have velvet and grow continually. Ive seen it in whitetails Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.