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Which scorebook do you score your animals by? I can appreciate Pope and Young and Boone and Crockett, however I cannot locate w

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  • 6phunter
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    B=C score is usually what most people refer to,gives you an idea of the size when you know it;s gross score, final score is your net score,but shouldn't take away from the character some racks exhibit.

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  • JM1993
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    I prefer not scoring my deer =]...but I have heard there are a TON of methods for scoring deer, some of which are probably local to you.

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  • Derik Lee
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    I'm a fan of the maine woods deer camp method, anytime you see someone with a deer in the bed or hanging the response is always "that's a nice deer", and that's all i need to hear.

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  • huntfishtrap
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    I always use Boone & Crockett, no particular reason for it, just do. I always just take the gross score too, as the great Barry Wetzel says, "nets are for fish"!

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  • floridahunter
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    Down here in Florida we use the Betty Crocker scale critters that you get more good meals out of score the highest.Recently got a six point that served 10 delicious meals for four, or ten heaping servings on the Betty Crocker scale.

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  • Which scorebook do you score your animals by? I can appreciate Pope and Young and Boone and Crockett, however I cannot locate w

    Which scorebook do you score your animals by? I can appreciate Pope and Young and Boone and Crockett, however I cannot locate where SCI has deductions for trophy imperfections. Do we give the animal credit for every inch or divide the class in to groups based on symmetrics and imperfections?

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