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Neither I think both of those guys are pure bred stupid with no diseases enhancing their ignorance.
The guy is 100% dumbass. It would be nice to hear Mr Greenjeans paid him a visit or if he was charged like the similar video of another dumbass that thought jumping on the back of an animal swimming across a lake would be clever and funny.
I have to admit that was funny. But yea, those two guys are real idiots!
It would be nice to see him charged.... pointless, and foolish actions for attention and he is naive enough to film it.
Are you sure that wasn't on the edge of a WalMart parking lot?
You just can't fix stupid.
Somebody please send this vid in to the wardens and get these two plugs fined for harassing wildlife.
Cause let's face it if he would have got hurt or killed by that buck the anti groups would be up in arms useing it to try and stop the sport we love so much.
I don't think I ever wanted to watch a buck piss pound a human more than I did while watching that video.
Thought exactly the same thing.
He almost lands right on that antler the first time - he was really lucky because that thing would have impaled him and that would have been it dirt nap! Buck 1 Idiot 0
Somethings off here. Well besides the two morons.
That deers frame is that of a 2 year old, his rack is way to big for his frame. Im thinking that its a tame deer that has gotten out of the high fence. Could be wrong but that would be my first guess.
That would also explain his lack of fear towards humans.
Bry2211 you maybe right about it being a farm raised deer, but it happens so fast I don't see any ear tags.
That's true. I never thought about looking for a tag. It just seemed odd to me that the rack was so big on such a young deer.
I could see a rutting buck behave like that one did. Maybe there's just real good genetics and food in that area accounting for the rack? There's much that we don't know.
This was my comment to them on YouTube.....
HillbillyJedi88 - 1 month ago
"The buck is not injured you complete morons. If you are hunters, please stop so you don't continue to give us a bad name. You obviously don't know anything about deer."
This was their response...
jason king - 1 month ago
"go F yourself."
Shows the level of common sense and stupidity some people have. We already get enough problems from anti-hunters for just hunting ethically. And now we have twiddle dee and twiddle dumb helping us even more.
The buck did not look diseased at all to me. Just rutty and tired. I've seen bucks fighting in the middle of strip mall parking lots and they didn't care a whit that people wth shopping carts were 10 yards away.
I wish I had taken a pic, but a couple years back I saw a deer laid out at the processors that had a full 125-135" 3x4 rack on a body that wasn't any bigger than a 1 1/2 year old. He looked like a dwarf- even his legs were a little short.
I guess there is such a thing as a dwarf whitetail
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If that deer were healthy there would be no way that little guy, or any guy for that matter, would be able to hold onto him. That little dude would have been air born with an antler up his....... Plus, no healthy deer, no matter how rutted up, would let a human grab him like that.
Deer in parking lots, bucks letting people walk up and grab them dang I'm hunting in the wrong state.
After watching the video again I'm starting to lean more to it being a tame high fence deer, no way a wild buck is going to let someone ride up to it on a wheeler much less walk up and grab it by the horns.
As far as the body to horn size I don't have a clue I hunt public louisiana deer hard to find a buck much less one with a rack like that lol.
There may be a debate on whether the buck was sick or not. Hard to judge from a crappy YouTube video.
I think the one thing we can all agree on is regardless of the bucks state of health, there was absolutely no reason to do what these to jack wagons did.
Small body, large rack, and more than you bargained for when you grab on. Ya,..... I'm not touching that one.
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