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    Quote Originally Posted by Musket Man View Post
    Thought I would include a closer pic of these 2. They are both from 2012. Antelope scored 76 and deer was 146 with his weak forks.

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    MM it's not always the score that matters most. Sometimes you see a deer and you know it's the one you want. They just have the "look." Or maybe that's just me. haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alabama View Post
    MM it's not always the score that matters most. Sometimes you see a deer and you know it's the one you want. They just have the "look." Or maybe that's just me. haha
    Thats how I see it too! Honestly on that antelope about as soon as I got the spotter focused on him I knew I wanted to go after him! I did look at the deer a little more only because I thought he was a 3 pointer at first but once I was sure he was an old mature 4x4 it was game on! I think he was a couple years past his prime and had regressed some but outsmarting an old buck is what gets me going!

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    Cool man cave!

    Next antelope mount you do I suggest a wall pedestal. Maybe I am just parcel to them but I think they look really good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AT Hiker View Post
    Cool man cave!

    Next antelope mount you do I suggest a wall pedestal. Maybe I am just parcel to them but I think they look really good.
    I bet having a pedestal mount in there would be sweet.

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    Looks great,especially in that room! Still amazes me how such a stinky animal that's eats mostly weeds tastes so good!

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    Nice mounts, I'd be proud of either of them. Good job!

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    +1 on a nice mount! The wood paneling is cool, and your goats contrast real nice against it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boilermaker View Post
    Looks great,especially in that room! Still amazes me how such a stinky animal that's eats mostly weeds tastes so good!
    LOL! It amazes me how an animal that has so much hair come off and get on the meat no matter how careful you are skinning them actually still has hair on them when you shoot them!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2 Full Curls View Post
    +1 on a nice mount! The wood paneling is cool, and your goats contrast real nice against it.
    Thanks!! That room was almost all built out of used wood and materials I got for hauling them away! Its a room I added onto my mobile home. I probably spent less then $250 out of pocket building it!

 

 

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