Just thought I would share this with you as it was a good morning for me.
Was out at first light and saw some very good Roe does and fawns, some to be culled later no doubt.
A big pluss was that I bumped into a really good six pointer (good for Norfolk anyway) that I had seen a couple of times earlier in the season and had not seen again untill this morning. I thought he had left my ground for good, but hopefully he had stayed out of harms way and sowed his oats so to speak
About half an hour after Mr buck I ran into Mr Muntjac, good for me not so good for him
When I picked him up to hang him for the bleed and part gralloch I was surprised at the weight.
When I got home and weighed him in the larder he was 41lb head and legs on and pluck intact, and 33lb clean in his jacket
Now I am sure people on here have shot "bigger and better" Muntjac than this, but after checking my records for this estate he is by far the heaviest.
In fact he is the heaviest I have shot on any of my ground.
Would like to hear from other people about the weight's of your Muntjac.
Just a quick question for other Norfolk stalkers, "do you think that Roe bucks heads are starting to improve in our area or is just my imagination"