|10-05-2020 06:59 PM|
|10-05-2020 08:10 AM|
|10-03-2020 01:48 AM|
Not trying to take away from your post but that buck looks a lot like one I’ve been getting pics of. I’d love a chance at this one. Congrats again on a very unique buck.
|10-02-2020 05:00 PM|
|Mr Drysdale||Congrats on a great buck with a lot of character!|
|10-02-2020 12:44 PM|
|10-02-2020 12:01 PM|
Now that I can see that buck so much better, WOW..what a stud! Tell anyone who calls that a "cull" to kiss off! That is absolutey a trophy. You'll see countless more "symmetrical" 6-8-10 points than you will something like that. I'll take something rare and interesting over "perfection" any day! How long are those beams? What about the bases? Seems like an older deer.
As for your experince with your arrow, perhaps take a look at the theories being discussed by "The Ranch Fairy," a guy named Troy Fowler who's a dedicated student of Dr Ed Asby. His Youtube channel is excellent, and I'm thinking about moving my setup that direction. You may already know about this and have opinions. In that case, just disregard. But since everything he does is to maximize penetration, it came to mind when I read your story.
However, with your start to the season it's clear you don't need any help from me or anyone else!
|10-02-2020 10:30 AM|
|mossyman||I’d shoot “forkhorns” like that all day long...congrats!|
|10-02-2020 10:22 AM|
|10-02-2020 10:02 AM|
To shrink the photos, you need to do it before you upload. If you are sending from your phone, you can use the built-in photo editor. Just use the "edit" menu and look for the "resize" feature. If you have a percentage option, choose 35% or so and you should be fine. Save the pic in the new size and upload that. If you use a PC, then you can open the file in Microsoft Paint and do the same thing. Resize it smaller, save it, and upload the edited/resized file.
Does that make sense?
|10-02-2020 09:39 AM|
|Tjc||Congrats on a great day. That’s a big old sucker. I have pics of a buck that’s very close to him.|
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