A long time coming. Wifes WY antelope

Big Fin

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Cool stuff. Impressive mass in many of the pics of Wyoming bucks from this year. Last year was the opposite. Congratulations to your wife.
 

rmyoung1

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Wow. That’s a great buck. I’m afraid that one would’ve fooled me. Good job!
 

Brentc

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Congrats on an awesome buck! I'm still amazed, and quite happy, that so many hunters are not attracted to short massive bucks. I suppose it leaves more Booners in the field for those of us that don't want to fight the early crowds.

It's amazing how quickly mass multiplies a score.
 
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npaden

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Congratulations. It really is amazing how difficult it is to judge them. At first glance I would have said mid 70's on that buck.

Looking at the measurements he gets all his "extra" in the mass numbers above the prong. Normally those are 2.5" or 3" on the measurement just above the prong and then sometimes under 2" on the very top measurement.

He for sure looks like a great buck up close!
 

6mm Remington

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Very pretty buck. Congratulations to your wife. I hope you are mounting him for her or doing a European on the skull. Both would be really nice looking and don't take up much wall space.
 
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