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March 28, 2008


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Awesome buck, he must have a high typical score, any numbers?

gotta be pushing 170 gross without counting the drop don't you think, look at that tine length!

At least 170, probably closer to 180 or so.

Cool story! Would love to know the score!

Truly shows what Minnesota is capable of. With some tweaking of their firearms season this state could rule all other states for absolute giants.

Congrats Lance!

Congrats on a great buck!

It just goes to show that both gun hunters and bows hunters can enjoy the seasons and still produce GIANT bucks like that on a regular basis.

Looks like your DNR is doing a great job!


you know, that giant might go 180, he's got 6 on hte left I just noticed

i would definitely not be afraid to call that a 180 class. it's a giant frame and has everything. plus, lance is not posed 5 feet behind the deer to make it look bigger than it actually is like most people do now days.

That deer would gross 180 for sure.


WOW! Awsome buck, nice job Lance. Great story, finding food sorce and bedding area in late season is a horse shoe in your pocket. Love those trail cams. Got ta be over 180" gross

Awesome deer. Its cool to hear about big deer getting shot only few miles from where I hunt. MN is definetly cabable of being a well known big buck state.

184" is how much Lances buck scored

MN does have the land for giants and could be as good as Iowa if the DNR were to make some changes!!

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