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Judging A deers age

Old 01-26-2005, 03:22 PM
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WOW 225lbs. what a dream. I'm in Oklahoma and anything close to 200lbs is a monster. I shot my largest deeer ever this year and he only went 150lbs.
My biggest ever took second place in the Bridgeport, CA big buck contest. He weighed 206 dressed, and lost by a single pound to one that still had the diaphram in. I had him dressed before I read the rules. [X(] The big'uns were comin' outa Yosemite due to snow storms.
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Old 01-26-2005, 04:22 PM
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Second hunt I ever went on my grandfather dropped a muley in the sandhills region of Nebraska-we didn't have a way to weigh him but we weighed the quarters plus the cape and head when we got home-together they weighed 219 pounds-biggest one we ever shot.
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