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 Post subject: Albino Buck
PostPosted: Wed Oct 29, 2008 8:24 am 
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A rare trophy
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Mike Burge is the bowhunter that knocked this albino buck down while bowhunting in the CWD zone this past week. He had to pass on this same buck last year because it was not legal to shoot, but this year the law was changed to allow Mike to take him. He is a true albino slob that Mike is considering having mounted full body.
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He fills up the bed of Mikes S-10
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Mike said his live weight was over 300#. He has a 9 point rack with a drop tine, and tan colored hooves
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Reporters have contacted Mike and his story will be appearing at least one popular magazine soon.


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PostPosted: Wed Oct 29, 2008 8:34 am 
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CONGRATS to him :lol: :lol: That is a real trophy. I myself have never seen a free roaming albino none less an albino buck. VERY cool. :D :D


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:shock: That is a rare trophy indeed!! Congrats :D

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Beauty, Cant wait to here the story 8) I was watching a program the other day and they have been finding sheds from this albino buck for 5 years or so. he was 180's last year and turned 8 over the spring so Im sure we will here something if he doesn't make it through this season. Pretty sure the buck lives in buffalo County. Once that snow falls he'll be pretty hard to find though

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PostPosted: Wed Oct 29, 2008 9:22 am 
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There are a number of albino slobs running around Buffalo County because they are still protected there.


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Thats fricken awesome i think i would have the full body mount down just for the fact that is one of the rarest trophy bucks out there. Congrats to him thats just awesome. 8)


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AWESOME!

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Wow that is really weird to see someone shoot an albino in Wisconsin. Very cool though and what a trophy for that guy. I sure hope he gets a full body mount of that slob!


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What a trophy! Congrats to him!!! :D

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Definetely the buck of a lifetime... I think I'd have to get the full body mount done too if I were in his circumstance.


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ya there are quite a few nice albinos in buffalo. The one u are talking about is still alive and is just as big as he was last year..... i tried quite a bit to get pictures of him this year but no luck, nobody really seen him at all this summer except for the landowners


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so this is the slob i will be mounting,,,,,,, sweet......well at least i will be helping. what a fricken body you werent lying lee.........


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Dan do you know anything about that albino doe you were after... do you know if she is still alive at all?


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Thats an awesome buck. I saw a small albino 8 last weekend shining with a friend.


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I'd even settle for a nice piebald- that albino is sure hard to come by.

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