Agreed.Bagman said:I think its generally understood that everyone gets em up to 22-23" or so.
Bottom line in this thread (over the last few seasons) has been to post a PICTURE of your longtails. LONG usually means 24"+. No photo means you're BSing...period. In this day and age, there is virtually zero excuse to not show photographic proof to back up your claim.
Go get em and please show em! :beer:
Acemallard said:Here is 1 I got this year. Here is the proof.
put down a tape measure just like that one, and let's see 'em!johnsona said:Here's my roommate's - kind of tough to read the tape, but it's right at 26", as you can see the red 2' mark towards the end of the feather.
I dont think any ONE specific factor goes into making that decision. It should just be a real nice looking bird or perhaps one that has an interesting story behind the hunt. :beer:NDWirehair said:I have several that are right at 24". How long before I would consider having one mounted? What is the length of a trophy Rooster?