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Discussion in 'Deer Hunting' started by swampking, Nov 18, 2014.
Not that it really matters but what do yall think he will score.
140ish is my guess
I don't know why some peoples pictures are so large. On my PC they are so big you can only see part then must scroll all around to see the other parts. Seems on a phone they can be seen. SO ...I have no way of telling.
How did you post the picture? From a phone or PC?
You must have a shi$%@ computer. Pics look fine.
Is that the technical term?
The pictures don't look right on my computer either. They are so big that you can't tell anything about the rack of the deer.
Same way on mine !
i'm amazed at how many people don't own a tape measure, most deer are easy to score. Measure the inside spread, length of each beam, length of all the points and take 4 measurements around each beam starting with the first between the brow tines and base and the next three between each point. Measure to the nearest 1/8" and add them up.
Nice deer should be close to 142".
I often wonder the same thing......the one with the antlers and a tape can get a lot closer than a bunch of internet experts looking at a picture, even if he/she has never done it!
If it bothers you so bad dont reply. I have not had time to measure it yet due to work
134"......should be within a couple of inches either side of that. Years of experience with that size, just don't ask me about a 160 class plus as I wouldn't know where to begin! Either way, nice deer! Looks like he has a little age on him as well!
128"-135". He has the points, just doesn't have the mass/tine length to bump him over the 140" mark.
Yeah, I'd go with 125-130 too. Field scoring is an art, but it's not that difficult to get an approximation. Measure one side by sight/guess (i.e. 20" beam length + 4" G1, 10" G2, 9" G3, 2.5" G4, mass1-4", mass2-3", mass3-3" multiply by 2 add the approx 18" inside spread. 20+4+10+9+2.5+4+3+3 = 55. 55 x 2 = 110+18 = 128" gross score approx.
Either way, nice buck.
140" on the nose