Big Buck that could be a world class deer next year.

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  1. TJax

    TJax New Member

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    Hey guys ive got this buck that i have gotten pics of the last three years. I am farely sure he is only a 4 years old but i am not for sure. What do you guys think? Any guesses on what he may score this year? I will probably shoot him if he walks in front of me but i hope he does not so i dont have to make that choice. I have counted 17 points but im pretty sure he has more since his g2s and g3s are so knarly.
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    Its hard to tell from the above pic but he has a lot more points you cannot see on his right side.
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    Thanks for looking.
     
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  3. TJax

    TJax New Member

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    Here is a 2010 pic
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    2011 pic
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  4. Earnhardt

    Earnhardt Member

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    That is a super buck!
    He doesn't look very old.
    Good Luck hunting him!
     
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    Elitebowhunter New Member

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    would have a hard time passing that buck, good luck
     
  6. LYON

    LYON PMA Member

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    I wouldn't be passing him up! Cool deer!
     
  7. emercer84

    emercer84 New Member

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    Good luck! Ive let em go before only to here of them dead. Let a nontyp go that was 3 and scored 145 only to get shot that year. then had a 18pt just get hit by a truck 2nights ago that i had on camera for 2 years only 4yrd old on his way to be a giant pry already 160s. Best of luck
     
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    skyleralan PMA Member

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    With some tine length, you are right, he will be a giant.
     
  9. Bill Hartzell

    Bill Hartzell New Member

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    It wouldn't be hard for me to make a decision on killin that buck. Shoot it man!!!!!
    Best of luck to you as well. Hope you can put your tag on him.
     
  10. JakeWym

    JakeWym Arrow Chucker

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    Would be hard to let that guy walk. Super cool buck, thanks for sharing.
     
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    AIRASSAULT PMA Member

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    cool deer.. his right side looks like a squirrel chewed the ends of his tines off in his sleep.. ha
     
  12. huntyak

    huntyak Active Member

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    Based on your 2010 pic Id say 4 yo now...but man thats a tough pass :0

    If he makes it...watch out!
     
  13. KnuckleDragr

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    What did you feed him this year? Man he blew up with junk! I think your 2011 pic looks to be a 4 year old.... to me anyhow. No way I could pass him, but I know what you mean about hoping he dont walk past you this year. If he keeps all that character for next year... look out, He will be a Giant!
     
  14. MNbuckhunter

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    If you pass that buck, I would really appreciate it if you bought all the surrounding land around our farm...and WI lease for that matter!!! Haha, that is an awesome buck!
     
  15. sureshot

    sureshot The Hunt Never Ends....

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    Yep, 4 years old now. Great series of pictures. He's an awesome deer now, and 'could' be an even better deer next year if he made it. Or, he may not. I've had some deer not get bigger from 4-5 (although most do). Lots of risks if you pass him, but he could blow up. I know I would be pulling the trigger on that dude! Good luck on whatever you decide if given an opportunity.
     
  16. TJax

    TJax New Member

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    anybody want to try throwing out a score?
     
  17. jmoose

    jmoose PMA Member

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    i'm not even gonnna attempt to guess a score but there's no way i could pass on that stud even though i agree with you that he is a 4 year old based on the 2010 pic. good luck whatever you decide to do.
     
  18. Tracey509

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    would have a hard time passing that buck, good luck[​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]
     
  19. Full Draw

    Full Draw One nation under God

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    You're right on at 4 years old...one heckuva 4 yr old. Be tough to pass unless you have a giant farm to keep him safe in.
     
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    166" +\- a couple. If he makes it he's going to be knocking on the 200" mark next year.
     
  21. wtj43089

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    I think he will be in th 175-180 range
     

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