Well I thought about not even making a thread about this, but I feel like everyone needs to see it. I always hear people saying that they never find any dead deer in the woods or that CWD isn't a issue. Well to all the haters, here is proof. We've known about this buck for 2 years and he has always appeared healthy. In mid December, he shed 1 side and started to look different. By Christmas, he had shed his other side and the final pictures we got of him were on December 30th. Clearly he looks sick and we figured he was dead and close. My cousin went out January 6th to look for him and found him dead roughly 75 yards away from the last photos. He contacted the WI DNR and they said if we wanted to get it tested, we could. So he cut the head off and we got the news today that he indeed tested positive for CWD. I hated to see a buck like him go out because of CWD but it just shows that deer do in fact die in the wild because of this disease. I've attached some photos of what he looked like before he started showing signs and the last photos of him.