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Euro Pronghorn Mount

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Walleye King

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Looks bigger than that .
Congrats on him.
Now I am questioning my memory. I may have to find the score sheet or re-score it. Thank you! He is my largest antelope and would qualify for the Sask record book if I chose to enter him. I'm darn sure that's about what he scored. 87 7/8 is a true freak of nature, congrats to that successful hunter as well!
 

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That is him Dan, yep!
They are truly an African looking animal . . .
They're back into their former range in a lot of places. My grandpa's old Saskatchewan homestead has them again.
Have seen them in SD, Wyoming, Montana, Idaho, Nevada, Oregon, Alberta and Saskatchewan . . . . but, the largest buck ever was in that super sparse sagebrush to the north of the Bonneville Salt Flats in Utah.
Beautiful animal Mike !
 
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He sure has a good sized body on him - bigger than what I thought of as the body size for those things.

Tasty, I expect? Different or stronger tasting? Kinda like lamb?
 
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Walleye King

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He sure has a good sized body on him - bigger than what I thought of as the body size for those things.

Tasty, I expect? Different or stronger tasting? Kinda like lamb?
They are short in the body and stocky. It is a dark meat, prepared properly, not a lot different from moose. Not lamby or goaty at all.
 
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A VERY Fine Speed Goat, and a damn interesting Euro mount.
Never considered one of those for antelope before.
Now you have me thinking...
Perhaps I may need to hunt another... small wink

Congrats!! :Oh Yeah!:

Cheers,
Nog
 
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