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Horn growing in wierd location #7655893 11/08/19 02:18 PM
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Game camera caught this younger buck. Initially I thought the horn was growing out of its eye, but I enlarged the photo. Seems to growing out of its skull above the left eye. Would this be a legal buck to take in antler restricted Comanche County? Maybe be best to contact the game warden to see what he says?

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Hard to tell by that picture, but that left side looks to be unbranched so I would say yes it's legal. It also may make the 13 inch spread.

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Originally Posted by JH117
Hard to tell by that picture, but that left side looks to be unbranched so I would say yes it's legal


Yep, if one side unbranched, shoot. If branched, not legal to my understanding.


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Yearling buck with damage in velvet. It may grow correctly next year if the pedicle wasn't injured. He's legal if there's no branch but unless you're taking numbers I'd pass.


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