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April 28, 2008


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Wow, coolest part is left low beam, trying to be another typical beam; usually you don't see one with all that symmetry and tines like that

That's Rory K. He's one of the Hoosier Record Book Program scorers. That picture was taken at the Ft. Wayne Sports, Vacation, and Boat Show about 3 years ago. That might be the buck that he shot here in Indiana not to many years ago, or a different one that a guy I used to work with took. Rory's buck and this other buck were super similar to each other...that is why the shot was taken. The other rack in Rory's hands is the other freak.

Trent, you got any other pics.?

Thats the only one i saw dean...

Rory had it in the gallery, and i stumbled across it just after reading the blog yesterday...

Passed it on...

I REALLY would like to go west to hunt! That is wild, seen nothing like that arond the house!!

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