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Location: Washington's Back Country
Joined: 06/25/2005
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Big Washington Muley

Great bucks from Washington...dont see any monsterous 2 points like I have seen....I was gonna enter my horns in the Big Horn Show in Spokane but missed the dead line by 20 mins and they wouldnt let me in...there was only one other Fored horn entry in the show and mine would have ate him for breakfast......very disappointing Brick Wall,) Brick Wall,)

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Location: Washington
Joined: 03/11/2006
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Big Washington Muley

I found a BIG forked horn this week dead along the river. He had 24"wide with really nice mass and five inch eye guards! A real dandy. If i can get pics i'll post them. We're seeing lots more big forks in this country with the three point rules in effect. I still like the results of the program though.
We just don't see the BIG deer like those posted here. A neighbor shot a 31" last year, but it didn't have the mass or deep forks like those....i don't know the problem other than people shooting the first legal two year old deer they see.

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Location: WASHINGTON
Joined: 05/18/2006
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WinMag wrote:
Well he jumps back and forth from three states. Idaho, Washington and Oregon. And hunts all three of them. I will find out where about in Washington for you.

He jumps around asmuch as that deer jumps around.
http://www.monstermuleys.info/cgi-bin/dcforum/dcboard.pl?az=show_thread&...

read that thread.

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Location: N. Illinois
Joined: 11/10/2006
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Big Washington Muley

He is a part time truck driver and has family in those states and applies for tags in those states. The guy is semi retired. Known as Outlaw from Idaho on some forums.

I have an e-mail out for him at all his e-mail add's to make sure were abouts this was taken. Again he sends me the pic's to post for him. As he don't get the photohost thing.

He claims to know to the guy that took it. Personally or through a forum i don't know.

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Location: WASHINGTON
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Big Washington Muley

i'd love to know for sure where it's from. no offense to anybody, but i really doubt it's from washington.

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Location: Washington's Back Country
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WAcoyotehunter wrote:
I found a BIG forked horn this week dead along the river. He had 24"wide with really nice mass and five inch eye guards! A real dandy. If i can get pics i'll post them. We're seeing lots more big forks in this country with the three point rules in effect. I still like the results of the program though.
We just don't see the BIG deer like those posted here. A neighbor shot a 31" last year, but it didn't have the mass or deep forks like those....i don't know the problem other than people shooting the first legal two year old deer they see.

I know exactly what you mean....all I see is spikes,forked horns, amd small three points....nothing worth tagging up on....and the does are totally out of control.

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Location: Rochester WA.
Joined: 04/27/2005
Posts: 146
Big Washington Muley

Here is a Washington muley Fork-n-Horn (with eye guards..)lol

Nothing too special, 17" wide. i am just finishing up mount.

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RidgeRunner_07 Wrote:

I was wondering when you would throw your two cents in on this one...LOL....im thinking I need to take up archery....then again im thinking my new .300 Winne Mag....needs tome afeild...lol

I here you. i want to bow hunt really bad, but being in high school, it wouldn't work out that good... so hopefully within the next 5 years or so i can..

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Location: Lenexa, Kansas
Joined: 01/02/2007
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Big Washington Muley

Nice lookin skull

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Location: Colorado
Joined: 03/28/2007
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Big Washington Muley

I've hunted all my life in New Mexico, Colorado, Wyoming and Montana. Never, never have I seen a buck that nice on public land. Can you find out if this buck was taken on public land or private? He really has braggin rights on that one.

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Location: Washington's Back Country
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BigBucks8 is that the 3 point you had posted on here before? Did a good job cleaning him up. Looks good Thumbs up Farther then mine got......LOL...I just skull capped the big forky. He will be on the wall someday though.

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