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19 minutes ago, dbHunterNY said:

Nice! Don't you send out teeth to deer age now? Are they both the same age? If so, weights can vary a bit even within the same age class.

2019 - not aged but we think 3.5 y/o, 151lbs dressed on 11/2

2022 - 4.5 y/o aged, 168lbs dressed on 11/21

our area is very steep hills and they lose a lot of weight for sure in pics and in person. A few years ago my dad shot a nice 8pt in December. It was 108lbs!

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1 minute ago, 2BuckBizCT said:

2019 - not aged but we think 3.5 y/o, 151lbs dressed on 11/2

2022 - 4.5 y/o aged, 168lbs dressed on 11/21

our area is very steep hills and they lose a lot of weight for sure in pics and in person. A few years ago my dad shot a nice 8pt in December. It was 108lbs!

151 and 168 are both good sized bucks Biz.  A lot of guys think their buck is 200 #s but they rarely are.    Nice mount.  

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15 hours ago, Robhuntandfish said:

151 and 168 are both good sized bucks Biz.  A lot of guys think their buck is 200 #s but they rarely are.    Nice mount.  

yes but is it scale weight or chest girth measurement?

Nice bucks Biz!

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