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9 hours ago, cw4192 said:

Eye guards are counted on coues deer as a point that is scored  fruit cakes

 

Eye guards are scored on mule deer, as well. On both, they are listed as G1 on score sheets. In neither case are they counted as "points" in AZ when describing the general symmetry of the antlers, i.e. 2X2, 4x4, etc.  

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1 hour ago, trophyseeker said:

Eye guards are scored on mule deer, as well. On both, they are listed as G1 on score sheets. In neither case are they counted as "points" in AZ when describing the general symmetry of the antlers, i.e. 2X2, 4x4, etc.  

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21 hours ago, Speedy said:

That is a great buck!  But unless they count Coues differently than other whitetails it's not a forky (IMO forkys don't have brow tines).  My buddy from WY who is a whitetail fanatic would call it a 3x3.  From what I know you count whitetail brow tines but not mule deer. But as 3x3 that buck is still huge!

Out here we call that a 2 point, not a forky.  A forky is just a little 2 finger type guy.

Great buck dude.

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I've been holding out for a 3x3 (eastern count) for my first coues buck but maybe I should "lower" standards to a 2x2 LOL. 

 

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One heck of buck!

Congrats!

Jeff

 

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