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    What do you think? (Pronghorn)

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    Tried out the phone skope today. What do you think of this antelope, it's not in a high profile area by any means.

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    Looks like a pretty good buck to me.

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    Yes sir, looks like a shooter to me!

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    Definite shooter unless you're looking for one that will go way into the 80s. I'd bet he'll break 80", especially with 6 weeks or so left to even grow a little more.

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    Nice antelope!!
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    Nice antelope there

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    He's nice. Mid-high 70's buck. I would take him home.
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    I say he is around 75-76". Bigger then any buck I have found scouting so far.
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    I think he looks great

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    based on the land scape and the lighting and the way the head is turned i would sday 50. haha totaly jk...i have no freaking clue when it comes to those things, this will be my first year actualy hunting them if i draw. i do see alot of antelope though and thats bigger than any of the ones ive seen this year so far.

 

 

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