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This is from a friend whos land I hunt with. 10 years of planting trees, fixing fence, and making the land a wildlife mecca has paid off.





any guess how big he is? He will be safe where he is at though, no hunting in the yard!!!!!



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    That is a great buck! Paid off indeed.
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    Man..... that deer is a PIG, if that makes any sense

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    That buck is HUUUUGGGEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE
    The width of his rack is impressive.
    Congrats to the quality management, for sure has paid off.
    I wouldnt care if that buck is in my yard, for sure he is a shooter, even if he lived in my living room I would shoot it.
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    I bet he'll gross around 220". The way I see it, nets are for fish not antlers.
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    real nice deer, tough to tell what he will score until he sheds , he looks young in the picture, maybe 3-4 yr old i would watch him for a year or two and see if he improves, then take him before the rut starts and his antlers get all broken up, just my 2 cents worth.right now i would gess him at 175- 180 really cant tell,
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    Man, Man, Man ....... I just blowed a hole through my desk top

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