The deer featured in last week’s *Age This Buck* blog series was a Illinois buck, named Pilot. The buck was killed by BHOD friend, Don Spolum. If you missed it, here’s another look at last week’s buck…

The buck was killed in 2017 and was cementum aged at 4 1/2 years old. Here’s a look at Don with Pilot after the shot…

This past week, we had over 230 guesses on the “Age this Buck” post! Out of those 230+ there were 97 people that guessed the age correctly. Out of the 97, we randomly selected someone to win a Bowhunt or Die gift pack, and that winner is……**Austin Potter! **Make sure to send your information to info@bowhunting.com.

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Let’s hear your best guess on the age of this west Kentucky buck. Comment below and let us know what you think. Remember, a winner will be selected each week to receive some great Bowhunting.com gear, so be sure you check back and give us your best guess each week during our *Age This Buck* blog series.

2.5 years old.

Yeah, I was gonna guess 2 years old.

Thats 3.5 for sure.

4.5 yrs

3.5 years at the time of the pic

I’d say 2.5

I’m going to guess he is about 2.5 years old.

2.5 years old. And a great looking 2.5 y/o at that.

2.7yrs… how do we know it doesn’t identify as a 30y.o. hippo?

That a 2.5 year old buck

5 1/2.

2.5 yr old

Strong 2 year old

He’s 2.5 years.

3.5 years old

3 years.

Big 2.5 year old

3.5 years old

3.5 I’m thinking.

2.5

4.5

3.5 year old

2 1/2

Looks to be 3.5 years old. Nice Kentucky buck, just let him grow a year or two.

3.5

2.5 year old

2.5 year old

3.5 years old

3 years old

3.5 yrs old

4.5 years old

2.5 years old

4 1/2 years

2.5

2.5 years old

2.5

2.5 and a good one

3 years old

3

3 years old

3 years

2.5

2.5

2.5

That there is 3 1/2 year old buck boys

3.75 EASY

3.5

3.5

2.5

2.5 yrs

3.5

3.5 years old

2.5 y.o.

2.5 years old

2.5 y.o.

2.5

2.5yr old

2.5 years old. Still has long legs and body is not filled out yet

3.5 year old

3.5

3.5

i will say 2 1/2

3.5

3.5 yrs

2.5

3.0 yrs

i’ll say 4.5 years

3 years

3.5

I’m gonna say 2.5 years

3.5 years

2.5

2.5 years ol

I’m going to say 3.5 since its a kentucky deer in velvet not full necked out yet so looks younger than it is

2.5

3 yrs

3.5

Yep, 2 1/2 year old would be my guess also.

3.5 years old

4.0 year old

3.6

3.5

3.5

2.5

2.5 year old

2.5 year old

3.5 years old

2.5 years

2.5

3.5

2.5

2.5 years old

2.5 years

3.5 years old

2.5 years old

3.5 years old

2.5

2.5

2.5

2.5

3.5 yo

3.5

4.5 yo look at the slight Roman nose and chest. He has slight sway mid back and big belly.

3.5

3.5

2.5 yr old

3.5

3.5 yr old

3 1/2 yr old

3.5

3 .5

He looks 3.5

3.5

I could be totally off but he’s got a big ole belly and is still in velvet. I would imagine in November he looks completely different. I’m gonna guess 5.5 but have no idea!

3 1/2 years old

3 1/2

3.5 year old.

3.5 years

2.5

2.5 years

My estimate is 2 1/2 years old

3 1/2 year old

3.25 at the time of photo

2.5 year old

3.5

3.5

2.5

2.5

Good looking deer for being 3.5 years old!

Good looking deer for being 3.5 years old!!!

6.5

2 1/2

3.5

2.5 years

2.5

I’m going 3.5 years old.

3.5

2.5 years

3 years

2.5 years old

3.5 years

2.5 yes old

2 years old

3.5 yrs old

3.5 years

There is a lot of white heir on his face. 5yr old

3 years

I’d say 3.5 year old!

Looks like 3.5 yrs. to me.

4.5 years old

2.5

3 1/2 year old

3.5 year old

I’m in agreement with those that say 2.5 years

I’d say he’s 3 years old

3.5 years

1.5 Years Old

3.5

3.5 year old

2.5 years old

2.5 years

2.5 Years old

That looks like 3.5 year old…. farm-raised venison-on-the-hoof.

I say 5 & 1/2 years.

3.5 years.

3.5

3.5 yrs

2 years

4 years old

5.5 years

Well from experience here in Ohio I’d say that is a good two yr old buck

3 years and 3 months old at the time of this picture. Because most fawns are born in May and this picture looks like it was taken in August. That is my best, way to much information, guess for the week. LOL

3.5 years old

That’s a 3 year old buck!

2 1/2: his neck ties in high, and his hips are well developed, but his shoulders and brisket have a ways to go.

2 1/2

I’ve heard once the bases (without velvet) are about the size of the eye socket they are usually 4 so i’m going to say an old 1-1/2 year old.