Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife


How long does a spike elk antler need to be in order to be legal in a spike-only hunting area?

To qualify as a point, an antler point must be at least one inch in length, measured on the longest side. Thus, a spike elk antler only needs to be one inch long as measured from the point of attachment (pedicle) to be legal.


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5th of May, 2011

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