Anyone want to throw a score at him

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  1. CTM1

    CTM1 Active Member

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    My property has become a dead zone, not a single buck pic the entire summer or early fall.

    Finally got a spike, a four and this guy a few days ago. Of course all nocturnal. .

    I know judging from the back is one of the hardest. I'm thinking he has a thin rack, but just outside the ears on spread, decent main beam length. Maybe 130"

    Thanks.

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    These are good guesses. I’d want to see additional pics to narrow it down. A week from now, you’ll get some daylight action.
     

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