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Old 11-27-2017, 12:28 PM   #1
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I was visiting my sister and her husband and we heard someone drive up their driveway and park, and a car door slam. Nobody came to the door, and my sister didn't see anyone in front. She went to the side door in time to see someone walking away back to their car. She looked over and saw a dead deer sitting next to my nephew's friend's truck. The car drove off - never knowing who it was.

I went out and looked, and it was a doe that had been field dressed.

After some phone calls, my sister learned that it was my nephew's friend's brother who dropped the deer off. Apparently, his mom had hit the deer that morning in her car. It messed up the car pretty good, and killed the deer. In Arizona you can collect road kill game.

An hour later, my nephew and his friend showed up and took the deer down to his grandparent's house to butcher out and process.
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Old 11-27-2017, 01:06 PM   #2
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I had a guy in front of me hit a deer by where the credit union is in Edgewood one morning about 4:30 on my way to work. Cut the things throat threw it in the back of the truck and took it to the shop where we strung it up from a forklift and dressed it.

Called the deer cops around 8:00. One showed up about an hour later and scolded me for not leaving it on the road, but he did sell me a tag to so I could keep the meat for a dollar.
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Old 11-27-2017, 01:56 PM   #3
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I hit one on a very busy, four lane in Northern CommiePornia.
It bounced off the front of my 72 Ford into the traffic lane.
Off in the distance I could see two different sets of police car lights flashing.
I got out, checked the front of the pickup and only found some bits of deer hair.
We sat there for less than ten minutes and watched the semi tractor trailers cause that deer to disappear. Nothing but a dark blotch on the pavement.
No sign of head or horns either.
First break in the traffic I pulled out and left the scene.
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Old 11-27-2017, 02:29 PM   #4
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I was driving thru Tennessee and a semi,

that I was going around, hit a bear... It

bounced over into my lane and I went

on over it with a '05 crew cab 3/4 ton

GMC and the trailer that I was pulling

Everyone woke up that was with me

Luckily there was no damage

I figured the bear was dead before I

hit it...if not it was after I did...
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Old 11-27-2017, 04:30 PM   #5
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I was road hunting one time on the hood of my car with my bow. I seen a nice big doe standing in someone's yard. I stuck an arrow in the back of its head and dropped it right on the spot. The lady of the house came outside and said, "Bring me the ribs when you're done and we'll have BBQ spare ribs tomorrow night for supper."

Best ribs I've ever had.

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Old 11-29-2017, 04:26 AM   #6
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Not uncommon to see roos with their hopping gear missing on the roadside once you get out of town a bit. Can't let the dogs miss a good free feed.
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