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Age and score?

Discussion in 'Deer and Gameheads' started by buckmaster14, Dec 30, 2011.

  1. buckmaster14

    buckmaster14 Sometimes you get lucky...

    I have this deer coming in almost every night, and he sometimes stays in the bait until i run him out when i go in to hunt... Whats your guess on the age and his score. To me he looks like no older than 3.5, and maybe mid 120's low 130's. What do yall think?



  2. mossy923

    mossy923 New Member

    I would say you are on with age but I would say 120-125 at the most.

  3. Not sure on age but I don't think it will get over 115 on the score. Not enough mass and tines to make it much higher than that

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  4. MAC1

    MAC1 Member


    2.5 year old
  5. mmwtdh

    mmwtdh Member

    Yup, 115 - 120.
  6. J-RO

    J-RO New Member

    115 2.5 years
  7. Age 2 days before butchering and score with a crockpot roast. Easy day.
  8. Oak Leaf

    Oak Leaf New Member

    112" and probably 2.5....

    But the age could go either way.

    The pictures aren't really enough to get an idea of back and belly sag and he appears sort of young facially and body size, but I've also seen really old bucks that start to look skinny and young again. They typically have declining racks with a little more character and junk...like his.

    Who knows though. If it'll make you smile, shoot it! ;)
  9. jwilson48

    jwilson48 New Member

    120 3.5yrs
  10. buckmaster14

    buckmaster14 Sometimes you get lucky...

    Heres a pic showin his back and stomach... they both look like a young deer to me also.

  11. tem

    tem Well-Known Member

    2.5 hi teens.
  12. Matt

    Matt Active Member

    Yep, he looks like a teenager.
  13. 110-115 and probably 2.5yrs. Shoot him and let us know.
  14. An even 120 and 3.5 yrs.
  15. buckmaster14

    buckmaster14 Sometimes you get lucky...

    Can't shoot him this year. Hopefully he makes it another 2 days til season ends. I'm gonna keep baiting through shed season. Will love to see what he turns into next year. I'd like to see if the hole in his horn is genetic or if it was caused while he was in velvet.
  16. minehill

    minehill Member

    I would say a definate 3.5 year old and in the 115"-118" range..nice one to wait and see what he turns into!

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