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Another small buck #8044341 11/10/20 12:42 AM
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Would he be considered a spike, I'm looking at his right antler.
Or if he's a spike let him walk?

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Re: Another small buck [Re: TCM3] #8044447 11/10/20 01:47 AM
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Right antler (on the deer not picture) appears to have a point (must be 1" or greater to count) off of the main beam, so that is considered a branched antler. However the left side does not appear to have a point long enough to consider the antler branched so IF that is true then the buck could be considered a spike and would be legal to take in A/R counties.

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Re: Another small buck [Re: TCM3] #8044497 11/10/20 02:20 AM
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Thanks flintknapper, hopefully i get to see him in person or better camera angles.

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