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If you don't get him this year, the coyotes most likely will.  Even if he survives the winter, his rack and body will be smaller next year.  Good luck.

 

 

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Great buck G.  All Rise for the Judge!!! 

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2 hours ago, wolc123 said:

If you don't get him this year, the coyotes most likely will.  Even if he survives the winter, his rack and body will be smaller next year.  Good luck.

 

 

I dont think so. 5-7 years old is the sweet spot for maximum size. Definitely not 4. 

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15 hours ago, SpacemanSpiff said:

I dont think so. 5-7 years old is the sweet spot for maximum size. Definitely not 4. 

Maybe in a cage but not in the wild.  Milo Hansons world record typical was 4.5.

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10 minutes ago, wolc123 said:

Maybe in a cage but not in the wild.  Milo Hansons world record typical was 4.5.

Some think 3.5!


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28 minutes ago, wolc123 said:

Maybe in a cage but not in the wild.  Milo Hansons world record typical was 4.5.

Most bucks in the wild peak around 6.5 y/o. It all depends of feed sources. The Hanson buck was a stud 4.5 not the norm. Any biologist would agree. 

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Maybe in a cage but not in the wild.  Milo Hansons world record typical was 4.5.
Just because it was a world record deer at 4.5 doesn't mean it had reached it's potential either. It most likely hadn't yet.

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3 hours ago, The_Real_TCIII said:

Some think 3.5!

My last 3 antleted bucks were 3.5 but I am hoping for a 4.5 this season.

I don't mind "settling" for 2.5s though, as long as it is after mid seasons.

 

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24 minutes ago, New York Hillbilly said:

The leaf looks more like butternut tree to me. 

 

It’s chestnut. Actually shot my first ever archery deer outta nearby stand last year 

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