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Re: # of Trophy deer killed in AL [Re: coach2] #2702403
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Originally Posted by coach2
I think it's very small......start with this.....who on here has killed a deer over 150?


This. I know a lot of hunters that hunt different areas of the state and its not common to hear of 150" deer.

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Another question would be what percentage of hunting clubs actually have a 150" on them?

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Troy topcat and outdoor obsession are a few that can comment and tell you their total over 150 and those dudes have killed some big ones! But I'm saying its still a small percentage.

Re: # of Trophy deer killed in AL [Re: crocker] #2702411
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Originally Posted by crocker
Another question would be what percentage of hunting clubs actually have a 150" on them?


There are tens of thousands of private acres in the state with many, many 150" deer. They may not be hunting clubs (and probably aren't), but there are places specifically managed for this.

Re: # of Trophy deer killed in AL [Re: mike35549] #2702416
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I hunt in Pike and Crenshaw counties which are not the in the heart of the black belt and I know of 4 in the past 3 years that I put my hands on that broke 150" (gross) including one that was 167", another was 173", one was 159" that had a broken end of a tine and a whopper 151" 8pt.

They are more common than you think in the right areas. I know of 2 more that were in front of game cameras regularly early in the year about 4 miles from my house.

Re: # of Trophy deer killed in AL [Re: Remington270] #2702424
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Originally Posted by Remington270
Y'all do realize that if only 100 150" deer were killed per year, that would only be one per county. I bet some counties have 10-20 in a single year.


One per county would be 67 not 100.


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Re: # of Trophy deer killed in AL [Re: mike35549] #2702429
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It takes time to grow to 150”+. Most folks shoot bucks way before they reach their potential

Re: # of Trophy deer killed in AL [Re: Remington270] #2702431
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Originally Posted by Remington270
Originally Posted by crocker
Another question would be what percentage of hunting clubs actually have a 150" on them?


There are tens of thousands of private acres in the state with many, many 150" deer. They may not be hunting clubs (and probably aren't), but there are places specifically managed for this.


Agreed, Some area produce every year but I know lots of clubs that have produced 1,2, or 0 in the last 30years

Re: # of Trophy deer killed in AL [Re: mike35549] #2702437
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Zero 150" deer killed in Monroe County most years. Maybe a couple 140's a year. 130's are not common either.

Re: # of Trophy deer killed in AL [Re: crocker] #2702438
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Originally Posted by crocker
Another question would be what percentage of hunting clubs actually have a 150" on them?

0% on the club I’m in and the other ones I’ve been in


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Re: # of Trophy deer killed in AL [Re: mike35549] #2702452
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I've personally scored an 8 point the grossed 150 5/8 this season, and seen 5 other bucks killed that scored 150 or more just in one county. i also know of places that they kill multiple 150's a year in a completely different county. I don't know that theres anyway to put an accurate assumption on this


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Re: # of Trophy deer killed in AL [Re: mike35549] #2702459
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All depends on the part of the state. I walked into a processor last year, near where I hunt, and he had 6 deer waiting on the taxidermist that scored between 151 and 170something. That was during the rut, but between the 3 main processors in the area, I’d imagine they take in 25 or more 150+ deer a year.

Re: # of Trophy deer killed in AL [Re: coach2] #2702461
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Originally Posted by coach2
I think it's very small......start with this.....who on here has killed a deer over 150?


One of my favs I shot opening day two years ago, prolly won't score 125". Here's the deal, he FIELD DRESSED 204 lbs , rack is only LONG beams with HUGE mass, doesn't have a tine over 4". No telling how old he was. Not gonna throw out the number of 150's , but I can tell ya I've only killed one like the 204 pounder.



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Re: # of Trophy deer killed in AL [Re: mike35549] #2702465
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We value age over scorable points. We just shoot age and we just know what works for us

Re: # of Trophy deer killed in AL [Re: mike35549] #2702501
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I'm a hick from the middle of nowhere and I know of 4-5 local to me this year.I had two on me last year that neighbors killed.
I wouldn't know how to put a # on it.

Re: # of Trophy deer killed in AL [Re: hosscat] #2702502
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Originally Posted by hosscat
I hunt in Pike and Crenshaw counties which are not the in the heart of the black belt and I know of 4 in the past 3 years that I put my hands on that broke 150" (gross) including one that was 167", another was 173", one was 159" that had a broken end of a tine and a whopper 151" 8pt.

They are more common than you think in the right areas. I know of 2 more that were in front of game cameras regularly early in the year about 4 miles from my house.


C'mon man. Stick with the script. "There are no good bucks in Crenshaw County. Repeat. No good bucks in Crenshaw County. Nothing to see here. Move along."

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Re: # of Trophy deer killed in AL [Re: mike35549] #2702530
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I killed a 206 pound, 10 point scoring 159 1/2 20 years ago in Sumter county at Epes. He was 8 1/2 years old. We had that 2500 acre private land lease for 18 years, and killed a number of nice bucks, but he was the only one over 150. If we are talking about Dennis Campbell's Alabama Whitetail record book, then for gun it takes 150, but the scoring system there is more liberal than B and C.

Re: # of Trophy deer killed in AL [Re: Ranger Rick] #2702546
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Originally Posted by Ranger Rick
If we are talking about Dennis Campbell's Alabama Whitetail record book, then for gun it takes 150, but the scoring system there is more liberal than B and C.



As it should be. What he grew is his score (imho). Gross score is what the deer actually is, the way I see it. A %$#@ "net" score is for people with their underwear on WAYYYYYY too tight. Never understood that. It's not a dang horse or dog show where symmetry makes it any better. Screw that

Re: # of Trophy deer killed in AL [Re: RobertD] #2702563
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Originally Posted by RobertD
Originally Posted by Ranger Rick
If we are talking about Dennis Campbell's Alabama Whitetail record book, then for gun it takes 150, but the scoring system there is more liberal than B and C.



As it should be. What he grew is his score (imho). Gross score is what the deer actually is, the way I see it. A %$#@ "net" score is for people with their underwear on WAYYYYYY too tight. Never understood that. It's not a dang horse or dog show where symmetry makes it any better. Screw that


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Re: # of Trophy deer killed in AL [Re: mike35549] #2702566
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I could not agree more. I was just making a statement of clarity as to His scoring system.

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