Mostly scoring on ungulates is done with the Boone and Crockett scoring system which can be found easily enough via google or something similar. I’m guessing Caribou will be measured similar to deer.
On a deer, you would count the points, (points count as points, if you can hang a ring on them) measure beam length, tine height, and I think I remember antler base, circumference at the base of the antlers, and maybe (this is what I forget) a circumference at mid beam.
No offense, but that deer is not going to score very well. Not much width on the spread, I doubt if it’s 14″. Usually from ear tip to ear tip is about 16″…depending. If that one measures over 125″ I will be surprised.
This reply was modified 10 months, 1 week ago by Andrew.