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Yes. Need some pictures or some measure of accompanying dimensions.

Have a friend in Great Britian we exchange images with. I'll report fish lengths, but he's more interest in weight. Seems they can sell sport caught fish over there.


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Yes. Need some pictures or some measure of accompanying dimensions.

Have a friend in Great Britian we exchange images with. I'll report fish lengths, but he's more interest in weight. Seems they can sell sport caught fish over there.

can you please tell me again what you want to know ...?

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can you please tell me again what you want to know ...?

Having never weighed stag heads, I'm curious as to what 4, 5, 6, ... 12 kg racks look like. Seems those of us on this side of the pond don't base quality on a single index. We usually relate to things like point count, spread, circumferences, height, etc or some combination of those. Some even suggest we apply a water displacement method to assess volume.

[Linked Image from thetaxidermystore.com]

In my mind the above would be a fine trophy, but I have no idea what it's mass might be.

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stag looks to be HIGH AF...


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With the US dollar at an all time high against the Euro. It may be time to go. Any chance of adding a nice fallow on the hunt?

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Originally Posted by colorado bob
With the US dollar at an all time high against the Euro. It may be time to go. Any chance of adding a nice fallow on the hunt?

yes . but not in my area ...if you want the fallow deer offer please tell me and I will PM you

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Originally Posted by 1minute
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can you please tell me again what you want to know ...?

Having never weighed stag heads, I'm curious as to what 4, 5, 6, ... 12 kg racks look like. Seems those of us on this side of the pond don't base quality on a single index. We usually relate to things like point count, spread, circumferences, height, etc or some combination of those. Some even suggest we apply a water displacement method to assess volume.

[Linked Image from thetaxidermystore.com]

In my mind the above would be a fine trophy, but I have no idea what it's mass might be.


Where I come from that wouldnt be considered a trophy; red deer only grow heads like that on farms.

I would love to go to Romania and hunt for a red stag. It's not just the animal, its the different kind of forest, and the culture, its all a different world. I went to the US once to hunt white tail and was fascinated, and we have white tail deer I can hunt over here. It's the place and people too. And red stags are not miniature wapiti. They are not miniature for a start, and they are not the same as elk. (although technically the same species.)


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What's you take on Argentina red stags. My buddy went a few months ago and loved it



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can you please tell me again what you want to know ...?

Having never weighed stag heads, I'm curious as to what 4, 5, 6, ... 12 kg racks look like. Seems those of us on this side of the pond don't base quality on a single index. We usually relate to things like point count, spread, circumferences, height, etc or some combination of those. Some even suggest we apply a water displacement method to assess volume.

[Linked Image from thetaxidermystore.com]

In my mind the above would be a fine trophy, but I have no idea what it's mass might be.


Where I come from that wouldnt be considered a trophy; red deer only grow heads like that on farms.

I would love to go to Romania and hunt for a red stag. It's not just the animal, its the different kind of forest, and the culture, its all a different world. I went to the US once to hunt white tail and was fascinated, and we have white tail deer I can hunt over here. It's the place and people too. And red stags are not miniature wapiti. They are not miniature for a start, and they are not the same as elk. (although technically the same species.)

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The red stag are not like so in Romania and we don't have farms .... The antlers are natural grow and 12 kg stags are considered TROPHY .
https://imgur.com/chOPZNj

https://imgur.com/zdiMqSj

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Originally Posted by blairvt
Going to Europe is worth it.

I lived in Europe 33 years ago. It was worth it back then. They can stuff their Red Stags, along with their newly imported folks, up their derrieres.


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