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April 08, 2008


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I bet that buck was 7 or 8 yrs old, pretty awesome

Very impressive mule deer for sure. The spread is outrageous.


Wow, monster. He looks old, tough eating I bet.

Impressive to say the least. More impressive is how they hunt them down there. I've read that they actually track a buck until he shows up in front of you. Snap shots and not too much time to think about it.

I'd take a big old Muley over a whitey anyday...don't tell my freinds.

Hey Luke,
Put me in front of a big western Muley
and I'll stick you in front of some big
Pike Co.,Il whitetails....

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