Well said J-Rod!!! I haven't gotten to do a whole lot of antelope hunting and so I look for that HOLY $#!+ factor or just a legal buck By "book" standards I would say for archery 75" and better is a GREAT goat.
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My semantics are almost comical at times....I say things like, "he's pretty big, not huge, but big." As if there is an actual difference between big and huge? Back to the point, I typically hunt in areas without a lot of trophy potential. Therefore, anything over 70" is probably big to me (not huge though!)
I'd say anything with horns and in range would be big enough for me! That coming from a guy who has had 3 tags for 3 different states in his pocket, several opportunities to kill BIG, Medium and small goats, but that darn arrow could never find it's mark. Needless to say, I am to the point that the next goat to walk within range, no matter the size, will be BIG enough for me
After I have one under my belt, 67" or bigger is what PY says, so that will be my benchmark.