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    Looks like a nice goat! Congrats.

    Bummer about the Frank! It is feast or famine in there, with a lot more famine.

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    Thanks everyone, this forum has a great group of folks. I am headed back to Idaho (Sun Valley) to give deer another try, then back to WY to find a bigger goat for my Dad and a nice Mule Deer for myself.

    BB- It seems in The Frank that the wolves feast and the hunters famine Oh well, it is beautiful and wild which I will take over a road-hunt for B&C animals

    Here is another angle on my Pronghorn. The extra mass on the bottom is what made me think he would go 75" even with the shorter horns. He is almost round below the prong, I couldn't even wrap my hands all the way around the base.
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    Last edited by Highcountry Dreams; 09-27-2012 at 09:13 PM.

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    What hunt area were you hunting?

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    Cool pic. Looks like another doe antelope in the background!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ffd061 View Post
    Cool pic. Looks like another doe antelope in the background!!
    Yeah she hung out for an entire photo session and field dressing.

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    get a string and a ruler out and measure that sucker up! Antelope aren't hard to rough score, its only 5 measurements per side. Both P&Y and B&C have score sheets on their sites.

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    He is at the taxi now. I barely had time to drop him off, clean up and catch my flight home. I asked the taxi to score him, but he hasn't gotten to it yet. I'll post when he does.

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    My taxidermist called me today. My goat gross scored 75 2/8". My biggest goat to date! Now I just have to find a 80-incher for my dad!

 

 

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