I found this monsterous Coues Deer head in September while scouting for elk. He was six miles in the backcountry of the Gila Wilderness. Me and my buddy measured him up and he scores 108" SCI even with the missing brow tine. He makes it over the SCI gold minimum and we were very excited. If he still had his other browtine, he would have scored around 113" SCI and probably would have made it into the Boone and Crockett minimum. I've never seen such a big Coues Deer, he was truly a legendary deer that I'll never forget. Some highlights from his scoring was that he had 19 inch mainbeams, a 14 inch inside spread, 4 inch bases and tons of mass.