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    Good size body. Might turn into something next yesr, even if it is just a bigger meal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MCG1 View Post
    Good size body. Might turn into something next yesr, even if it is just a bigger meal.
    Saw a spike research thing one time , first year spike , was raised in a pen , 4th year monster 10
    Not all spikes end up being poor racked , some are just late born and a half year behind on growth
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    Yep, age, genetics, nutrition, stress can all have an impact on what that spike might become. As long as it becomes steaks, burgers, and jerky I'm all in.

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    Sure is a big bodied critter
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    Quote Originally Posted by DockShootinJack View Post
    Sure is a big bodied critter
    looks fatter every day , saw him this week and he looks like a thanksgiving butterball .....
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    Quote Originally Posted by zummy View Post
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    Thatís a nice rack on a younger deer. How old you reckon he is?


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    likely around 4.75 is my thoughts , a bit big for a 3.75 in my book , might look thin in the neck area due to rut and late winter
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    He got passed by a Neighbor cause he thought the deer was too young. I am guessing 4.5 but not sure.

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    These dropped in the last 24 hours cause I was down there yesterday
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