No...42" would be my expectation...
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Two or three years maybe.
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No - not even close. 40" at best, and probably not even that. That moose is a classic tweener - not even close enough to focus on for more than a passing glance.
Lucky if he is 40, I would say 38
38" is my guess
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36" would be my guess
Me too; 36.
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Thanks guys. I actually was thinking 42-44.
Not in my unit, closer to 38" and definitely not 4 brow tines
High 30's to low 40's, but NOT legal in some Units. They are fun to watch though!
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I say 42". Legal where I hunt.
Based on the width of his face that bull is in the mid 40's, but small enough to be obviously too small at a glance.
If cave men had been trophy hunters the Wooly Mammoth would be alive today
Not legal in any of the 15ABC units. You have some good pics you can use to measure. 10" between the eyes. Make a graph. I did it on 8 bulls over 40" this year. Several were poached and then later measured by F&G. I was very close on them using this method. One was 47" and left to rot on the 90 at Miller Loop. We passed on him several times, taking pics and video each time knowing he was close, but not close enough. Too bad he was wasted.
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I'm going to say about 36".
Out of towner estimate - right around 40"
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