found it buried in the mud acouple years ago while fishing at the lake, at first i only seen the tips of the smaller side and thought id found a small buck skull, finally waded threw the mud and when I pulled up on it thats what came out man was I surprised, thinkin it washed up from the flood or high water covered it with silt, went had it scored at doesnt score much netted 138 5/8 has alot of deductions but a freak in anyones book,
it grossed around 148, I went to a salon and got some cream hydrogen peroxide they use to dye hair, first time i used cream but really like it and didnt take much of it, and i make all my plaque's took me awhile to figure out how to do the freak buck but i like how it turned out
That yellow is grease....There is a degreasing stage to get rid of it, before you whiten, if you'd like I can lead you thru that!!! If you whiten it now, that yellow will return to the surface over time.:cheers::wave:
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