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Black Buck mounts
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Contributors to this thread:
Alabowma 28-Mar-18
Zebrakiller 28-Mar-18
Alabowma 28-Mar-18
Zebrakiller 28-Mar-18
Treeline 28-Mar-18
Treeline 28-Mar-18
Alabowma 28-Mar-18
Zebrakiller 28-Mar-18
Zebrakiller 28-Mar-18
t-roy 28-Mar-18
Treeline 28-Mar-18
Three Fingers 28-Mar-18
Alabowma 28-Mar-18
Zebrakiller 28-Mar-18
Zebrakiller 28-Mar-18
Zebrakiller 28-Mar-18
Zebrakiller 28-Mar-18
Zebrakiller 28-Mar-18
Alabowma 28-Mar-18
Zebrakiller 28-Mar-18
Bou'bound 28-Mar-18
Knife2sharp 28-Mar-18
Knife2sharp 28-Mar-18
Marty 29-Mar-18
'Ike' (Phone) 29-Mar-18
From: Alabowma
28-Mar-18
I started a thread the other day about boar mounts. Do any of you all have any interesting black buck mounts? I’m considering one of these on my exotic hunt next week along with the boar. Would you go after one if this was your first exotic hunt?

From: Zebrakiller
28-Mar-18

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Black Buck is a great exotic hunt fast little critters and awesome spot and stalk hunt with a bow, good luck

From: Alabowma
28-Mar-18
Beautiful!

From: Zebrakiller
28-Mar-18
I have shot 5 or 6 Black buck over the years they are a challenge for sure

From: Treeline
28-Mar-18

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Sorry, no pictures of a mount but here is a good one down on my folk's place in Texas. They are a lot of fun to play with, but do tend to jump string if you shoot them looking at you. Spot and stalk can be a lot of fun, but expect to have moving shots. Most of the time when someone shoots one with a bow spot and stalk, it is not a great hit as they will move between your shot and the impact so expect that. They can also be hunted over poop piles or they will come in to feed.

From: Treeline
28-Mar-18
PS - the meat is usually really good. Sometimes a little tough if they have been run a lot or are not getting enough to eat but very mild. Not much of it, though.

From: Alabowma
28-Mar-18
Z....

What do you look for in a nice buck? Is it the length of the horns, width or diameter?

From: Zebrakiller
28-Mar-18
all the above , I like the old Black ones , big mass the older ones horns are usually broomed of and may not be as long , but they are cool , you will see younger tan ones with longer horns but I dont like the mount as much

From: Zebrakiller
28-Mar-18

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From: t-roy
28-Mar-18
Are there different color phases, or is color somewhat an indicator of age? They are a cool looking animal for sure, plus they seem to have quite the attitude!

From: Treeline
28-Mar-18
Color seems to be an indication of both age and dominance. The darker ones are more dominant.

28-Mar-18

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From: Alabowma
28-Mar-18
Z,

Do you have anymore pics of your trophy room?

From: Zebrakiller
28-Mar-18

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From: Zebrakiller
28-Mar-18

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From: Zebrakiller
28-Mar-18

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From: Zebrakiller
28-Mar-18
here are afew

From: Zebrakiller
28-Mar-18

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From: Alabowma
28-Mar-18
Awesome!! I love this stuff

From: Zebrakiller
28-Mar-18
thank you

From: Bou'bound
28-Mar-18
how do they compare to texas dalls in terms of caginess

From: Knife2sharp
28-Mar-18

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From: Knife2sharp
28-Mar-18

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From: Marty
29-Mar-18

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Just picked mine up from this year! I think they are pretty little animal!

29-Mar-18

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Excellent animal to bowhunt...And eat!

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