I am looking forward to those pics, and if Tyler does pass on him, give me a call . You guys are going to have a blast.He's got a noticeable scar on the right side of his face. I suspect there will be better pics of this one, live or possibly with my son sitting next to it.
Totally agree. We're likely to have a short haired goat, unless things don't go as planned. The commitment required to the November hunt in the peaks is more than he will be likely able to do this year. Will still be a great time.Give him 2-3 months to grow some hair and you'll have a GREAT trophy.
Nice heavy goat. When the hide was on it, there was certainly more of a gap between the horns as the glands and hair sets above the base of the horns. I have a goat in my den that I can't fit my finger between the bases, yet he had an inch of hair in the space when hide was on.Here is a closeup of the bases on my 2018 CO goat. They measured 5 5/8 and 5 4/8.
How often have you done that?I only hunt mountain goats for the meat