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my buddy an i were set up in a stant about 30 yards apart from eachother. he took a shot at a doe and skimmed her leg causing li

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  • my buddy an i were set up in a stant about 30 yards apart from eachother. he took a shot at a doe and skimmed her leg causing li

    my buddy an i were set up in a stant about 30 yards apart from eachother. he took a shot at a doe and skimmed her leg causing little bleeding. The doe came then in front of my stand and i followed his shot when i found my arrow it was covered from tip to tip in a white creamy substance that kind of smelled like urine. We tracked the bloodtrail for about 250 yards and it disappeared after that. I dont know what i hit, bc the only blood was from the leg, and my arrow had none on it. any clues?

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    Was it runny like mayo or sticky like fat? Was there any hair on it? It could have been abdominal cavity fat (suet, really) which accumulates near the kidneys/bladder, the combination of which would lead to your description.

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    • #3
      sticky, and white hair. so its either the chest or stomach area. thanks

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      • #4
        Could it possibly be from her udder?

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