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Nice Mule Deer!

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by Barrelbulge(Fl), Nov 30, 2010.

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  1. Barrelbulge(Fl)

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    third picture seems like he has a serious case of hemmorhoids.
     
  2. GeezerGlide

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    I started going to Colorado for elk and mulies around 98'. It ruined me for whitetails, I'm not a sit in the blind hunter, spot and stalk to me is way more fun. First mulie dressed out at 179(hungup in camp 4 days)shot at 394 yds w/25.06.
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    Here is a pic same year, landowner shot at daylight thinking it was an elk. Didn't get to weigh him, but me and another hunter dragged him close to 500 yards off the mountain down to the ATVs. My friend in the green shirt skinning was 300 lbs. Gives you a clue to his size.Second pic is same deer laying next to a nice 4x4, dwarf's it. Big mulies where we hunt, against the NM border, bordering the Apache res, cant spell it, ha. Jim
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    This is a dandy whitetail taken near my home in Ohio on Mondays opening day. About an 8 year old buck, hardly any teeth left.


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  5. Auctioneer

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    Here is a pic of two deer that were taken within 30 min of each other on two diff oarts of the farm in 1988. One weighted 185 and the other was 189 after field dressing.
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    Its not uncommon at all to have Whitetail Bucks field dress out over 200lbs. The biggest i've personally scaled weighed 245lbs field dressed. I'd say the abundance of food in the crop fields of Southern IL have alot to do with the heavier weights. There are deer weigh-in contests locally at some of the bars and its not uncommon to see doe with field dressed weights over 150lbs.

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    In some area's yes they do get to 245 but here in the mid area of Va its rare to have deer over 130 to 150 field dressed.
     
  9. colobiggun

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    This year's Colorado eastern plains muzzleloader mulie. Not sure what he weighed but his rack gross scored over 207".
     
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    This year's Colorado eastern plains muzzleloader whitetail.
     
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    Last years's Colorado eastern plains muzzleloader deer.
     
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    More views of it.
     
  13. Hap MecTweaks

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    That young lady is so cool in shooting she must have ice water in the veins!! WTG gurl! Good job J.

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