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    Good going! He looks like a dandy to me.

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    I just got back on here and re-read my original post. Apparently leaving Colorado just makes me sound whiney, because I was definitely not sad about the deer that I took. He is my best to date, and I was very blessed to get him. I just wanted to clear that up, since I didn't want to sound like one of those guys who kills something and then acts like he is not happy with it. I am very happy, and he is already at the taxidermist, lol. My only regret is that it is goign to be a whole year before I get to go chase animals in the mountains again!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mattdeere View Post
    Nice Buck! Were you seeing many bucks before you shot this one?
    I saw two or three other bucks that were in the 140-150 range, but the movement was definitely down due to the heat. What was surprising is that the animals that I did see were not up high, but generally along the canyons just outside of the dark timber. I spent two days looking higher up before I started finding where they were. For those of you who hunt mule deer more, there may be a good reason for that, but for me it was unexpected.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BKC View Post
    Good buck! were you able to save the velvet?
    No, I tried to keep it cool, but I couldn't get back out in time before it started to go sour. They told me about some "fake" velvet that they can use, but I am not sure if I want that or not. I am going to try to look at some examples and see what I think before I decide.

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    Great buck congrats

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    You couldn't wipe the smile off of my face if I had killed him.

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    Looks like a great buck to me!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Engideer View Post
    No, I tried to keep it cool, but I couldn't get back out in time before it started to go sour. They told me about some "fake" velvet that they can use, but I am not sure if I want that or not. I am going to try to look at some examples and see what I think before I decide.
    Look at Bitteroot Bulls muley from last year it turned out really good & I believe he used synthetic velvet. Nice buck congrats
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    That one would work for me Engideer. Congrats.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eberle View Post
    Look at Bitteroot Bulls muley from last year it turned out really good & I believe he used synthetic velvet. Nice buck congrats
    I was going to recommend the same thing. His buck came out awesome!

 

 

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