#1 CA archery blacktail (typical and non)

JNDEER

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does anyone know where I can find out what the #1 is for California for typical and non? I have found #1 blacktail, but am unable to find what CA #1's are for blacktail deer.(those taken west of HWY 5)

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I had Colemans #1 Typical horns (187 1/8) at my house before he had it mounted and what a friggin "Toad".Man what a nice buck.....someday....yeah! right...who am I kiddin!
 

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The houston bucks are mule deer, not blacktails.
 

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I had Colemans #1 Typical horns (187 1/8) at my house before he had it mounted and what a friggin "Toad".Man what a nice buck.....someday....yeah! right...who am I kiddin!
The stories on him in this past months magazine said that both were taken on Public Land? That is quit an acheivement!
 

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According to the author of the CA Game & Fish mag article, they are the #1's for "Eastern Blacktail" in his the authors record book, Ca Records of Big Game, which has never been published. They are the #1 typical mule deer and #2 non typical mule deer in the CBH records book, which uses the same scoring system as B&C and P&Y. Who cares!!! They are whoppers taken by a very humble bowhunter... on public land to boot. Congrats Coleman. Ed F
 

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According to the author of the CA Game & Fish mag article, they are the #1's for "Eastern Blacktail" in his the authors record book, Ca Records of Big Game, which has never been published. They are the #1 typical mule deer and #2 non typical mule deer in the CBH records book, which uses the same scoring system as B&C and P&Y. Who cares!!! They are whoppers taken by a very humble bowhunter... on public land to boot. Congrats Coleman. Ed F

Speaking of humble. Got the new issue of Eastman's Bowhunting Journal today....nice picture Ed F. Another JHO member representing again in Eastman's. Nice Work! :rock on standing:
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