B&C 100 Class
Join Date: Oct 2010
Location: Upstate New York
i know he's no monster, but there's meat in the freezer and another experience saved. i had the butcher cut him for a euro mount, which my father in law offered to do for me. he's done a few for himself, and wants to do this one for me. i liked him becasue he is almost perfectly symmetrical. dont get me wrong, i like the look of non-typicals with drop tines and whatnot, but theres something special about a nice typical buck. next season ill be hunting for a trophy though. hopefully in the 140's or bigger(i know, wishfull thinking). and thanks for the replies guys.
why are you looking down here? the good stuff is up there(points upwards, ok, work with me here).