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FRIDAY, SEPT. 7, 2012, 7:14 A.M.

Boone & Crockett scorer scores trophy pronghorn

Spokane hunter Larry Carey, 74, poses with a trophy pronghorn he shot in New Mexico in summer 2012. (Courtesy)
Spokane hunter Larry Carey, 74, poses with a trophy pronghorn he shot in New Mexico in summer 2012. (Courtesy)

HUNTING -- Larry Carey, who measures dozens of trophy big-game animals in Spokane each year as an official Boone and Crockett scorer, bagged his own wall-hanger recently while antelope hunting with relatives near Cimarron, N.M.

Carey, 74, shot a pronghorn measuring 85 inches green. After the 60-day drying period, the buck should easily make the 82-inch gross score minimum for the B&C Record Book.

Carey, a member of the Inland Northwest Wildlife Council and the anchor of Trophy Territory at the annual Big Horn Show, logged eight pronghorn hunts before tagging a bruiser this large.




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