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    I think that most of us have shot yearlings before it happens to the best of us

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    Quote Originally Posted by 00buck View Post
    I think that most of us have shot yearlings before it happens to the best of us

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    doing it by accident and doing on purpose are two totally different things
    this question states if you KNEW it was fawn would you shoot it??

    I have left many piebald deer go, even left a all white doe go for a few seasons and never thought about killing her

    she produced several other piebald deer as well
    also at same time was a all white buck, he went from a button to a 4 pointer to a 6 and then an 8, when he was an 8 I tried to kill him, came close many times but could never close the deal, then he went MIA
    out of hunting season I got to about 10 ft of him many many times
    was actually the most patterned deer I ever hunted, he was like clock work on where he traveled, right until gun season, then he crawled into a hole I think for 2 weeks LOL

    But I have no desire to shoot a fawn of any color knowingly, unless it was a BIG buck, I don't think I would shoot any all white deer either!

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    I know accidents happen and if I knew it was a fawn I wouldn't let it fly

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