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    Wyoming Speedgoat

    After a hellacious and unsuccessful trip in the wilderness of Idaho I drove to Wyoming for pronghorn. I was just passing through and only had 2 hours to hunt but managed to shoot this goat. I couldn't pass him up.

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    Where are the pics? Congrats too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ikeepitcold View Post
    Where are the pics? Congrats too.
    Thanks, pic added. Any guesses on score, I always have trouble judging antelope. He looked like a shooter.
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    Good job looks like a good one

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    Looks like a good one to me also. Congrats!

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    Fine looking lope ! Congrats !

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    Nice goat! I think Wyoming is "speed goat capital USA"
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    Any ideas on score? I didn't measure him before dropping him off at the taxidermist because I was short on time. When I shot him I guessed him in the 75-77" range.

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    From the pics given im going to have to go low 70, 75 is a push.regardless for a 2 hour hunt hes a shooter! Congrats.

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    I would put him in the low 70's. Looks like he has pretty good lower mass but is lacking in the upper mas and prong length. Still I would also say he's a shooter for a two hour hunt.

 

 

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