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deer questions #5970103 10/10/15 02:35 AM
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how old on both bucks and which would you shoot first managed lease allowed only one buck

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If I were going to shoot one it would be the top one.


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Both 6.5 or more. A fully mature Buck is a prize with in its self.

With that said if you have that kind of age class.... Might be pretty happy with what else might show


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Both of the bucks in those pics are fully mature. I would shoot the top one. Good luck cheers


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Both very mature and great trophies. First one to show, perhaps?


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rifle the top one. Both way mature and need to go.
Good luck!

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Originally Posted By: stxranchman
Both of the bucks in those pics are fully mature. I would shoot the top one. Good luck cheers


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I have a couple of 8 points coming to my blind and I know there are some bigger ones out there from last yeas pics and what my neighbor has seen. With a two month long season, I would either take the first one that's legal that I saw, or pass on both hoping something bigger comes along.

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Both mature, I would lay the bottom one down. I like the non typical racks

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well the non typical showed first deer weighed in at 205 checked scales they were not off had a cull six killed that weighed 193 at the processor, guess they eaten good this year

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NicE!

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Nice. I'd agree with that statement up


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I think you made the right choice. Can't tell from your kill pic, but in the game cam pic looked like he had an injured left rear leg. That is what contributed to the non-typical right antler. The other one has more potential going forward, of course, he could be on the downhill side due to maturity. Both great bucks...congrats on a nice kill.

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That first buck is a bull! id say 6yr old on him

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