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Age Help #8079628 12/07/20 05:25 PM
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Just wondering if this one needs to be added to shoot list or do not shoot list. First time we’ve seen him. I know he won’t score overly high. Just want your thoughts on maturity.
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Wooly mammoth. I'd say 5-6

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Thanks. figured he was mature. Prob wouldn't have guessed that old, but I'm no expert

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I’m younger... I’m seeing 3 maybe 4. Just my opinion

Re: Age Help [Re: Alloutdoors] #8080512 12/08/20 03:19 AM
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3 1/2

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I could go 4.5 but not sure i could go any younger than that. He's trim, but his posture and face speak older to me than younger

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Interesting comments. i see what you mean about his head/face. If you want to see trim look at this one. To me he's past his prime. Whether that 5,6 or more IDK. What do yall think?

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2nd buck is definitely older, probably by at least two years.


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agree with quitshootin young bucks on #2, deer one 4.5 max for me, IMHO give another year

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4 on the first one, 5 on the second


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1st buck looks 4.5 on body but 5.5 on face
2nd buck looks 6.5+ to me


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