Not this year, but....

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D55

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Nice, muleys get some big racks. I didn't shoot it but have a pic of a non typical 22pt total muley. I took the pic from my front porch in Florissant, Co. from 20ft. away. Yea the deer in the area were very tame. I moved back to Ohio shortly thereafter as my mom and bro-inlaw were terminal.
 

bow_hunter44

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Thats a heckuva nice rack right there. I havent seen a shape like that before.
Right? That is a fairly unique rack. I saw this deer earlier in the year (after the horns had gone hard) and was able to get a good look at the horns at fairly close range with binoculars. I was intrigued for sure.
 

bow_hunter44

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Nice, muleys get some big racks. I didn't shoot it but have a pic of a non typical 22pt total muley. I took the pic from my front porch in Florissant, Co. from 20ft. away. Yea the deer in the area were very tame. I moved back to Ohio shortly thereafter as my mom and bro-inlaw were terminal.
I hear of some great deer in CO. But a 22 point deer is nuts! Sorry you were compelled to move for such heart breaking reasons!
 

bow_hunter44

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He has a different, unique rack for sure. But given that I got him in Southern Utah, the likelihood of any whitetail in his genetic makeup is zero.
 

mnoland30

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The Kaibab Plateau in northern AZ is known for racks like that. Maybe yours wandered up from there. Very nice deer.
 

bow_hunter44

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I took this deer a bit north of Cedar, so that would be quite a hike from the Kaibab. But I suppose anything is possible. Thanks, it is a nice deer.
 

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