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    I would definitely put an arrow in him, there aren't many "stags" out there. I bet once you rolled him over to clean, you would find that he doesn't have any testicles "manhood problems". Great picture, thanks for sharing with us.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RUTTIN View Post
    there aren't many "stags" out there
    I shot one like this many, many years ago and he was one of the best eating deer I have ever shot.
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    I'd have to pass.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Colorado Cowboy View Post
    I shot one like this many, many years ago and he was one of the best eating deer I have ever shot.
    I shot a WT like that as well and will concur with CC's assessment. Have another one running around that should be 6-7yrs old and chances if killing that one is slim to none since it isn't enticed by the wimmens.
    Last edited by packmule; 04-03-2014 at 09:52 AM.

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    I would make him just as dead as I could! Not many of them and might be the only one like that you ever see.
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    I would say id shoot him to get him out of the gene pool but then again I doubt he is in the gene pool if you know what I mean so I am going to say i would have to pass.

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    Sometimes I am hunting for the freezer. I usually go for cow or doe, getting better meat at less cost. Sometimes I hunt for trophy so I probably would pass, depending on my license and time of season.

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    I almost wish they allowed for hunters to take out "management bucks" but this would probably lead to other problems vs. hunters correctly taking out management style bucks...

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    Definately. Big - no. Unique - yes. I agree though, there is something wrong with the hormones in that one. Weird antler growth and velvet on in November. Did it look like it could have been a doe? How was body size and head/neck shape. It clearly wasn't working up the neck rubbing but was it real thin? Cool piture if nothing else.

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    On a general hunt, boom.

 

 

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