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I had a chance at a real nice 3 point mulie, but let my buddy have a chance at it since he has never got a deer, but he got buck fever on it and never shot. So he goes out 4 days later and for his first deer takes a non-typical mulie, 15 points on one side, 8 on the other, outer spread of 31". The taxidermist thinks it will score around 220. Archery season opens next Sat so I will go out then. I gotta get some meat in the freazer, I am down to 1 pack of hamburger and 2 roasts. And my daughter's eating habits takes after her dad
I used to hunt quite a bit. I would go on a annual moose trip then hunt deer locally, but sadly I can't find the time anymore. Luckily my brother and nephew share their catch. My brothers friend just shot a mulie 36 inch spread, can't close your hand around the antler base. Taxidermist told him to report it to B&C but he dosen't want to report the area they hunt in. Did you see the email going around with the albino moose??
It is a done deal. I am due for a trip next year as I have been a good boy the past two seasons with our 1 1/2 year old daughter. Right now it is either Sask for a whitetail or Yukon for a caribou. Oh, the decisions.
Thanks for the offer preppy. I will definitely keep it in mind.
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