Mule Deer Scoring/Pictures

SnowyMountaineer

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What I've learned to date on looking for inches, on average: fork depth makes or breaks the backs (just about any decent framed buck has serviceable g2's), there's usually no saving score with even one weak main, I wish mass was worth more because it's my favorite, and long brow tines are like free money.
 

Old man bob

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My Kaibab Buck from last Year 184 Gross. I haven't fished in 5 years so not worried bout nets.....LOL.. Tine length and width and # of points get you the most score for a Quick in field score. Mass is the bonusIMG_0803 (4).JPGIMG_0804 (2).JPGIMG_0804 (2).JPGIMG_0804 (2).JPGIMG_0804 (2).JPG . .........BOB
 

squirrel

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These two were both deceiving, usually I over estimate by 10" These two were bigger than my eyeball said. Both were right at 190 give or take a couple (going from memory not going to dig them out of the pile) As stated above fork depth and Main beam is all you need, and some "free money" can help with any over zealous eyeball inflation.



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