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To cull or not? #6007705 11/03/15 03:49 AM
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I've had this buck on the property for the past 2 seasons. I'm estimating he is 3 1/2 - 4 1/2. I don't think he'll ever grow brow tines?


Re: To cull or not? [Re: Las Colinas Hunter] #6007712 11/03/15 03:51 AM
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I'd take him. Cool looking buck.

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Good point length, decent spread, looks to be about 41/2 yr old. Shoot him.

Re: To cull or not? [Re: Las Colinas Hunter] #6007972 11/03/15 12:22 PM
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Boom. Next!


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Re: To cull or not? [Re: Las Colinas Hunter] #6008059 11/03/15 01:17 PM
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Re: To cull or not? [Re: Las Colinas Hunter] #6008067 11/03/15 01:28 PM
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Cull

Re: To cull or not? [Re: QuitShootinYoungBucks] #6008148 11/03/15 02:21 PM
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Originally Posted By: QuitShootinYoungBucks
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What he said! Or didn't say? confused2
Choot em!


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Re: To cull or not? [Re: Las Colinas Hunter] #6008267 11/03/15 03:31 PM
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Re: To cull or not? [Re: Las Colinas Hunter] #6008275 11/03/15 03:35 PM
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I like to name the bucks I get on trail cams. That one would be called Dinner.


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Re: To cull or not? [Re: Las Colinas Hunter] #6008524 11/03/15 05:55 PM
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It would be hard for me to pass him up


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Die young,,,,as old as you can....

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Dennis

Re: To cull or not? [Re: Bissett] #6008657 11/03/15 06:57 PM
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Originally Posted By: Bissett
It would be hard for me to pass him up


or call him a cull cheers

Nice buck

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Hes a 4yr old

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Originally Posted By: Navasot
Originally Posted By: Bissett
It would be hard for me to pass him up


or call him a cull cheers

Nice buck


Different regions, different classifications. That deer on our place would be a cull. Any deer 4.5 or older with 9 points or less and/or less than 140" gross is a cull to me.

Re: To cull or not? [Re: Las Colinas Hunter] #6008927 11/03/15 08:58 PM
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I would have killed him as a spike to save the debate on what to do later stir


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Re: To cull or not? [Re: Las Colinas Hunter] #6008932 11/03/15 09:01 PM
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roflmao You're so bad.

Re: To cull or not? [Re: Las Colinas Hunter] #6009096 11/03/15 10:28 PM
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Having only one tag to use and knowing there is a 10 pt 4-5 Yr old roaming around, well it just makes me cry.... for joy at least.

So that presents a new question for this group. The bird in the hand theory. If you know this 6 pt cull deer is roaming, in itself a nice trophy for the wall, but you also have seen an even bigger and older, 10 pt that has not shown up consistently but know it's around, what would you do?

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Originally Posted By: fouzman
Originally Posted By: Navasot
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It would be hard for me to pass him up


or call him a cull cheers

Nice buck


Different people, different classifications, different. That deer on our place would be a cull. Any deer 4.5 or older with 9 points or less and/or less than 140" gross is a cull to me.


In others vocabulary in the same region or anywere it would fall under a management buck.. 4.5yr old + 9 or less up to 140 or post mature deer no matter the points under 140, cull 4.5 under inferior 7point and under...

I even know of plenty of places that cull 1-2yr old deer that are 7 point mainframe and under...

everyone has different ways of putting it.... I understand what your saying for sure..

question is did he ever have brows but now I see that he didn't lol

I just see a nice 4yr old

cheers

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Re: To cull or not? [Re: Las Colinas Hunter] #6009134 11/03/15 10:46 PM
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to wait for one may cost you both....first to show wins....or loses...

Re: To cull or not? [Re: Las Colinas Hunter] #6009148 11/03/15 10:52 PM
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Originally Posted By: Las Colinas Hunter
Having only one tag to use and knowing there is a 10 pt 4-5 Yr old roaming around, well it just makes me cry.... for joy at least.

So that presents a new question for this group. The bird in the hand theory. If you know this 6 pt cull deer is roaming, in itself a nice trophy for the wall, but you also have seen an even bigger and older, 10 pt that has not shown up consistently but know it's around, what would you do?

"Culling" him at this point is a mute point. He is old enough to have been breeding for several years and "culling" only him won't change your genetics. 2cents


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Re: To cull or not? [Re: Schpanky] #6009153 11/03/15 10:53 PM
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Originally Posted By: Schpanky
to wait for one may cost you both....first to show wins....or loses...


That's what I was thinking as well. Thanks.

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