100 lber is a decent body for the area. Over the years I've seen decent bucks weight from 76-lbs to 160-lbs.(dress weight). Seams like the average body weight has gotten bigger over the past 25 years there.
Just wondering how can you tell buck track from doe's in sand I would hear love to hear your explanation??Spray paint blue is spot on looks like they just repainted it in my area!
They're usually bigger in some cases much bigger the hoof print from a buck splits apart and in soft soil you'll even see the back claws in the soil. I'm not going to say this is always the case but as the buck gets bigger and heftier the track becomes more distinct.