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August 18, 2008


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Stuff like this makes you wonder how many giants are rarely (if ever) even seen by people.


Agree Flatlander!

Send it to Long Beard Taxidermy in Pittsfield , Illinois. Jason does the best full body mount on this planet.

WOW-!@%#$^& Good Grief- just not big enough words to decribe it. Just think what the rubs would look like ! You have to know he sired some other possible giants out there, Very impressive. Live nocturnal...die of old age!

MI Whitetail Nut

This truly is the GOLDEN AGE OF WHITETAIL hunting!!!!

Man, I need to move to Iowa!

If found on a sandbar, could he have been wounded and gone to water before expiring? Just wondering.
Also, Mike, Did you see the other drop in the background on the table?

Sweet Mary, what a monster! Those G-1s could do you some harm.

Mack, there are other racks in that picture? lol.

Another Iowa Monster. Eee gads, what a buck!

Yo Mike,check out them double droptines behind the dude on the table.

Mike, notice the double drop on the table in the background?


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