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February 04, 2008


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Nice job Chris. I remember seeing a differant picture of this buck last year. Your name and face looks familiar, did you used to play softball?

Congrats Chris on a great bow-kill.
Let's hear it for another Indiana trohpy
BTW.....(if I may ask) what county was it harvested in?


Great buck Chris..... glad to see you post it up here.

#2 all time in Indiana with bow!!!!!

Great buck and congrats!


love the droptine went shed hunting of some public park land her in milwaukee county this weekend found nothing but alot of spots that i wish i could hang a stand

Well Mike, did you put money on the Giants or not? Now you have something to brag about besides the dozen or so humongous deer you kill every year!=)

Chris, Great buck right there. I saw it at the Indy Show last year...front row and center on the Hoosier Wall of Fame. As you stated your buck is the new recognized state record by bow. A man named Bob Phillips shot a 221 (and change) inch N.T. with a bow back in the early 1990s in N. Indiana, but has never entered it into the Hoosier Record Buck Program (HRBP) record book.

It's a great buck for sure. Switzerland County has always put out some fantastic N.T. over the years. Congratulations again!

That is a beautiful buck!Awesome! I can't even imagine taking a buck of that caliber.

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