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Okay, how do you guys field judge a Trophy Buck or Bull?

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  • rudyglove27
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    Agreed with pumakitchen answer above and A + 1 for you sir!!!

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  • rezavoirdog
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    I'm sorry, pumakitchen was right, about 20" from eartip to ear tip...

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  • Del in KS
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    Now days I only hunt Whitetails. Antlers that look tall with long tines will outscore the wide rack with relatively short tines everytime. Thats 'cause you only get one measurement for width. With that said look for a rack as wide or wider than the eartips and if it's a 10 point check the length of the G-4's. most buck's have 1 or 2 inch G-4's If they are longer and the G-1 thru 3's are nice he is a keeper in my opinion. Click my name go to my profile and look at the deer pics. Some have scores. My Pope and Young buck went 130 2/8. Note the G-4's are about 2 inchers.

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