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#6542038 - 11/13/16 07:21 PM How old??
jrfan Offline
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Registered: 09/11/04
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Loc: Denton, Texas
Young County, thanks in advance!



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#6542046 - 11/13/16 07:24 PM Re: How old?? [Re: jrfan]
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I've got some other pics, but I can't get them to load for some reason. Thanks!
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#6542124 - 11/13/16 08:02 PM Re: How old?? [Re: jrfan]
DQ Kid Online   content
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Registered: 02/20/12
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Loc: Flower Mound, TX
Hello fellow YC hunter, I would say that deer/s are all mature, 4.5-5.5yo. Good ones. Good luck this season.

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#6542147 - 11/13/16 08:12 PM Re: How old?? [Re: DQ Kid]
jrfan Offline
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Registered: 09/11/04
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Loc: Denton, Texas
Thanks! I'm thinking they're all the same deer. I wasn't sure if he'd make 4.5 or not.
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#6542452 - 11/14/16 02:18 AM Re: How old?? [Re: jrfan]
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Registered: 08/27/08
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Loc: DFW
I'd say he's old enough to rifle

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#6542505 - 11/14/16 06:13 AM Re: How old?? [Re: jrfan]
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Yep he's mature! up
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#6542512 - 11/14/16 06:17 AM Re: How old?? [Re: jrfan]
Age N Score ? Offline
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Registered: 10/05/15
Posts: 580
Loc: Texas
peep Old enough for some mighty fine sausage!
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