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February 27, 2008


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You know i would be pissed to kill a buck like that to find a bug nibbled a hole in the rack!!! NOT

one of my dads bucks has that and it caused his buck to stop growing a g5 and g6 boone and crocket to 156 still a great buck

poor buck needed killin, he had bugs....jk. Congrats Jeff on a heck of a stud!!!!!!!!!

The buck I killed this year didnt have a bug, but he layed open his main beam as the G-4 was growing on his right side.

Cost me 13 inches of deductions as it is now. 141 gross, 127 net. He was growing a great rack, very semetrical, had he grown a match...it would have been a mid 150's deer...

Difference between Pope and Young and HRB. Kinda sucks...but still a great deer...

Guys, it just goes to show you that score ain't everything. A 190 6/8" bow typical? What a bummer!! LOL!! What an awesome buck. Congrats Joel!!

Way ta go Joel! Thats a buck of a life time. Those G4s are huge!

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