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Discussion in 'Antelope Hunting' started by burns5539, Sep 26, 2013.
308 yards w/ 6.5-284 (140 Gr. VLD)
14 1/8 tall (both sides)
13 1/2" wide
73 1/2" rough score
That's a dang good lookin' goat!
what did he have for prongs? if i may ask...
Very nice, are you a resident? How many years did it take to draw? I used to live in Idaho and can't wait to move back. Congrats on a nice goat.
I am a Washington resident now but I grew up in Idaho. I put in a lot when I was growing up in Idaho with no draw. This year was the first year I have put in as a non-resident (there is not a point system in Idaho that I am aware of)
I need to go to the taxidermy tomorrow to discuss the mount and I will measure the cutters again.
I am going to do a full body mount of him laying down in sage brush. It will be a wall hang mount.
Yeah, I never drew either, so was wondering if they had more tags now then they used to.
Nice goat, I'm still waiting to be drawn, when you get the mount back post a pic would like to see that. Almost forgot if your last name is Burns we might be related you can take me with ya the next time you go CUZ
Good picture of a nice Idaho antelope. Where in WA.?
Colville, WA (1.5 hours northwest of Spokane)
Nice goat, thanks for sharing.
Congrats on the successful hunt. Fine looking speed goat.
I'll look for it at the Bighorn show next year. There isn't always a lot of antelope represented, you could win a ribbon or buckle.
this pic shows his cutters better
taxidermist is out hunting today so I can't pull a measurement again today (maybe tomorrow before I go back to Washington).