Discussion in 'Turf and Surf Hunting and Fishing' started by Motomom34, Dec 8, 2013.
How many points would you say?
He is unique and smells real bad.
A very atypical bull.. Still, meat is meat!!
No one would ever dare shoot him. He is to special to be steak.
Then I guess pot roast would also be out of the question?
Oh I am sure someone will pop that big boy and he will end up in a stew pot.. May be a bit tough on the tooth..
Bad genes, get him out of the life cycle of the herd.
I once shot a very large western deer with a massive skull cap of horn but only a small 5 points.
The rule of the property owner was 6 or more.
Still the deer was the largest yet killed and it was end of the season.
I nailed it through the neck and he dropped in 5 yards.
Back at the camp the land owner drove up as I had finished skinning. He looked over at the skinning rack, looked around at the circle of hunters and ask" Who killed it and why". I said I did and it needed killing to improve the herd. He smiled, nodded, looked around and said. Now go find yourself a good trophy!. I did. We had a limit of one each unless the owner said otherwise.
9 x 5 thats definitely non-typical. but i would definitely put him in the freezer, if i ever stopped shaking long enough to get a shot
beautiful pics too motomom
tougher meat just means crock pot it longer. @Motomom34 , that is a lot of meat walking around. It ain't too cute to shoot.
I think HK has a point, I think it is bad genes. I usually smell him before I see him. Now that all those bulls moved in they brought a guest with them. We now have a large feline.
What I did not mention in my first post is that the deer I shot ran off all other deer in the early sunrise. This means if he had the pick of the graze then he also had the pick of the Does.
Yup time to get him in the freezer.
Feline?? Can eat them to.... had some BBQed and was very tasty....
I am living in the wrong part of the country.
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