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Check out the fork on this shed!

finelyshedded

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A buddies 6 yr. old daughter found this yesterday behind their house. No chews! It was her first TOO! She was so excited he said! I roughed scored it at work and came up with 65" with a 1" g-1! WOW!!! Several family members have hunted his small farm and no one in their group have ever seen this deer. They figured he was very far from his home range when he dropped it
 
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hickslawns

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Great looking shed! School me fellas: Would this be considered non-typical since the G-2 has the extra fork coming off it instead of the main beam? This gets confusing for a lot of us rookie scorers.
 

Jackalope

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This wasn't close to Vinton County was it? I found one similar to that a couple years ago and people said I was nuts.
 

finelyshedded

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It was found in Clermont county! I examined it thoroughly and it is a bonafide whitetail. It's almost like an injury caused most of his g-1 to grow out as a fork on his g-2. Phil, it's classified as a abnormal deduction point.
 

"J"

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Wow, talk about a needle in the haystack.... Nice find..... Like Jesse and Adam I thought it was a mulley shed as well.....