Piebald Buck is From East Texas

Piebald buck harvested near Palestine, Texas, in November 2008 

Remember the piebald buck that was reportedly harvested in East Texas. Well, the uniquely-colored buck was harvested near Palestine, but it was actually shot this year as opposed to last year, as my original research found. Photos of the deer have hit the deer hunting web and the stories of where this deer was harvested are as numerous as the buck’s spots! In order to clear things up about this news-making buck, here is rest of the story:    

“My husband (James Curtis) is the one who killed the piebald buck in East Texas that has created quite a bit of interest on the Internet. I just wanted to give you the facts so that you can update your website. You can actually see the buck on the Texas Big Game Awards website, as well as on their TropyWatch.

The deer was actually killed November 2, 2008, on a privately owned ranch outside of Palestine, Texas. The piebald deer scored 138 5/8 gross with a total body weight of 195 pounds. My husband is getting the deer full body mounted. Anyways, I just wanted to give you this information since there are lots of emails going around saying the deer was harvested in Michigan, Arkansas, West Virginia, and Georgia just to name a few. One email even says that the deer was sold to Cabelas for $13,000! It is crazy.”

Piebald buck harvested near Palestine, Texas, in November 2008

5 thoughts on “Piebald Buck is From East Texas

  1. I saw another picture of this buck not to long ago but nobody really knew from where and from who.
    That is one real nice looking buck to say the least.

  2. Good job James. Beautiful deer!! See you at the next high school reunion!!!!!

  3. Is the piebald color observed in whitetail deer due to inbreeding?

  4. […] The deer was actually killed November 2, 2008, on a privately owned ranch outside of Palestine, Texas. The piebald deer scored 138 5/8 gross with a total body weight of 195 pounds. My husband is getting the deer full body mounted. Anyways, I just wanted to give you this information since there are lots of emails going around saying the deer was harvested in Michigan, Arkansas, West Virginia, and Georgia just to name a few. One email even says that the deer was sold to Cabelas for $13,000! It is crazy.” SOURCE: BuckManager […]

  5. Fred McInturf says:

    I have an 8 point piebald mounted as well that I harvested in 2001 in Morgan County, Ohio.

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