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Bagel_7

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2017 buck - shoulder mount
2018 buck - euro mounts (mine & my father-in-laws)
 

BK Ammenwerth

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BuzzH.... The Euro on the far right of the pic looks like a tank and sweeps back with mass throughout. What did that speed goat tape out at? Just curious. In relation to the other he looks north of 80”
 

BuzzH

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BuzzH.... The Euro on the far right of the pic looks like a tank and sweeps back with mass throughout. What did that speed goat tape out at? Just curious. In relation to the other he looks north of 80”
Its scores 78 and change gross. Here's a field photo:



I don't remember for sure, but I think its 15 1/2 inches and a solid buck, falls down on the upper mass. I watched this buck for the better part of a day and he was getting chased and run off by a much smaller buck horn wise, but looked to be older. The friend I was hunting with and I both made the comment that it must be a younger buck. This buck was only 2.5 years old.

Most all the bigger bucks we've killed have been 4+, all the book bucks we've shot were over 4.

Bucks like that are tough to pass. Another similar buck shot not far from the one you're asking about. Also over 15, good prong, just not enough mass, in particular above the prong. Also in the 77-78 range.

 

TC406

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Man all the Oregon bucks on here have some crazy character! Stoked to have my first Antelope tag in Montana this year. Its an archery tag so I'm gonna need some good juju!
 
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