"I killed this 168 B&C buck in the Fort Rock Area of Central Oregon", Lyle McCaw By: manager Date Uploaded: January 11, 2005 Description: Gallery: Harvested Mule Deer 11 Comments Guest January 11th, 2005 Great looking buck, and not to take anything way from it, but I thought to be a B&C buck it had to score at least 190 typical? Could be wrong. Log in to Reply Guest January 12th, 2005 Abert you are correct in yourmassumption. Minimum B & C score for a mule deer is 180 and to make the all time books it has to score over 190. Regardless of that fact, that is a dang nice buck and I think any hunter worth his salt would be extremely happy with a buck like that. Great job bud. Log in to Reply Guest January 12th, 2005 for more info on scoring check out this link: http://www.boone-crockett.org/pdf/muletpsc.pdf Log in to Reply Guest January 14th, 2005 Nice buck. And just because it doesn’t make the record books that 168 is the score using the B & C score sheets. They guy who got it never indicated it was a record book buck. I WOULD SURE LOVE TO HAVE THAT ON MY WALL. Log in to Reply Guest March 4th, 2005 Thats no 168 try again Log in to Reply Guest March 4th, 2005 140 b&c Log in to Reply Guest March 22nd, 2005 Nice Buck public land hunters need more credit. We pay for tag and bag a nice buck for the hard work put in. But the money people will pay for the same buck is outrageous. Log in to Reply Guest April 14th, 2005 awesome buck, i have been through fort rock many times and hunt the paulina, silvies, and ochoco units for deer and elk, but fort rock and christmas valley are awesome for jackrabbits and sage rats, love the country and the buck nice work Log in to Reply Guest April 18th, 2005 I know thats fake Log in to Reply Guest November 3rd, 2006 NICE BUCK Log in to Reply Guest October 27th, 2009 Very nice. Except for the difference in the eye guards, that is about as perfect a match as you will ever see on a Muley. Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.