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That's too bad Brick Wall,) Hopefully she'll grow out of caring what others think down the road and get back in the hunt.

Maybe will get you one next year Thumbs up

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It really is to bad. I’m sure as she gets older she will see the light. My daughter did. This anti stuff is drummed into them in grade school.
I know this post is for whitetails but. Here is a walleye I mounted a few years ago.

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She's already over it and has asked a time or two about he hunting seasons. If I asked her to go hunting this season I think she would. Maybe I will ask her this year. I have been waiting until she was ready but I think shes there now. She's the coolest 19 year old girl I know Thumbs up
Looks like I might be hunting with 3 women on the Pa opener this year

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Lucky You lol

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Redrider , that center rack in the pic has some serious tines . They look about 10" long. ??

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i decided to have my buck of 2 or 3 years ago mounted, after i get him back from the taxy ill have to post a pic

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Jim - The rack closest to mount has an 11 1/2" G2 and the one in the middle has a 12 1/2" G2. The one farthest away had a 10 1/2" G2.

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Impressive.

Did you have that drop-tine mounted? Got a picture? lol

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Sorry Dave Cry A buddy of mine has that one and is trying his hand at a head mount. I must confess that deer was actually found by my buddy and I while we were headed to our stands. We think he had broke his back legs thanks to a vehicle. When we found him he was very alive but of course couldn't move very fast. Amazing this thing was still alive. I think he had extra adenaline from being the middle of the rut. I finished him off and still waiting for that mount. Very nice deer! None the less thats a fine example of some of the deer hanging out around here Thumbs up

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Dave - surely you have a mount to show off Think

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