I agree with the others. To be honest, scoring deer is a good way to gauge size but it's virtually meaningless.
For example, the buck in my picture had been seen all summer on our game cams.
I hunted him all during archery and got close on a couple of occasions but it never worked out. I am talking 12+ hour sits because he was coming out at random times. I was obsessed. I had it bad.
Well, I picked up my Muzzelloader and wouldn't you know it he came into bow range and I shot him. I actually missed and then he came back out 2 minutes later with his buddy who told him the coast was clear. Too funny. It's on video and I can't for the life of me understand how he didn't hear me reloading at 40 yards!!!
I was so stoked to have him o the ground because I have so many pictures of him. He was just a stud of a buck. He looked like a thoroughbred out there.
I will disagree with other above. It's hard for a buck to score really high with a 12-13 inch spread. My buck has 12 inch G2's and G3s. Had he had a 17 inch spread he would have been mid-140s and 22" spread mid-150s.