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New Buck coming to the protein #2639481 10/07/11 06:49 AM
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Got the buck on camera for the first time i thought he was the same buck a saw a month ago but the brow tine was different.

just need a little help aging and scoring. i'm thinking he might be 2.5 with a 15-17" inside spread.

What do yall think.

Funny thing is the guys went by on the 4 wheeler and him and 4 other deer show up a couple hours later and hang out for some time.





Re: New Buck coming to the protein [Re: surfcowboy] #2639482 10/07/11 06:51 AM
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hope he makes it through the season east, Tx deer don't seem to live long.


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2.5 and maybe 15-16 inches wide at the most. score would be maybe 105 if that.



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Re: New Buck coming to the protein [Re: DSST_Construction] #2639551 10/07/11 11:40 AM
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3.5-4.5 yrs old with a score around 100 or so and inside spread of 14". Nice buck.



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Re: New Buck coming to the protein [Re: stxranchman] #2639588 10/07/11 12:19 PM
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Originally Posted By: stxranchman
3.5-4.5 yrs old with a score around 100 or so and inside spread of 14". Nice buck.


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Re: New Buck coming to the protein [Re: ACKHNTR] #2644226 10/09/11 01:08 PM
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Some of you guys really think he's that old. How can you tell that?


Re: New Buck coming to the protein [Re: ACKHNTR] #2645006 10/09/11 07:15 PM
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3.5-4.5 yrs old with a score around 100 or so and inside spread of 14". Nice buck.


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Re: New Buck coming to the protein [Re: NTX7MAG] #2645079 10/09/11 07:50 PM
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He is just heavy enough through the chest and has a slight gut. That makes him look more than 2-1/2, but not quite enough to be 4-1/2. I think he's just beyond the 13" minimum. He'll look older when he builds up his neck muscles. I agree with the 100" score.


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sound like he needs to be taken out of the gen. pool


Re: New Buck coming to the protein [Re: killabooner] #2656607 10/13/11 02:01 AM
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Originally Posted By: killabooner
He is just heavy enough through the chest and has a slight gut. That makes him look more than 2-1/2, but not quite enough to be 4-1/2. I think he's just beyond the 13" minimum. He'll look older when he builds up his neck muscles. I agree with the 100" score.

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with gut i say 3.5



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Re: New Buck coming to the protein [Re: surfcowboy] #2656867 10/13/11 02:35 AM
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The East Texas deer are sure looking healthy this season. And the few I have taken were definitley tasty.
Not much chance he will see 2012 in east Texas unless its next to the crackers at a new years eve party disguised as a summer sausage.
But then he is a legal buck and he does not have a lot to add to the gene pool anyway.


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