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    Congrats on the buck. 68 is my guess.

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    68 6/8 is the winning ticket.

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    I am clueless how to guess the score of an antelope. LOL. I just hunt for tons of mass and big cutters. Something that leaves no doubt. Congrats on the buck and the beautiful mount.

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    The last one I shot, I was looking for good cutters above the top of the ears and length. Pretty rough I know, but I managed to stick one in the high 60's off that logic. That was in SW Wyoming in a unit not known for goats above 14".

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    Cool mount, I come up with 65 4/8".

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    im going to be a little generous and say it squeeks out at 70

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    the prong is above the ear with decent mass and cutters. Hard to tell length in that photo. I say 72-74

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    In my best Maxwell Smart agent 86 voice…"would you believe 105 6/8"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Umpqua Hunter View Post
    In my best Maxwell Smart agent 86 voice…"would you believe 105 6/8"
    That is pretty funny Umpqua but................................NO !!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Umpqua Hunter View Post
    In my best Maxwell Smart agent 86 voice…"would you believe 105 6/8"
    It would not be to B&C measuring standards but Im sure I could easily get 105 out of that antelope. LOL

 

 

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