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September 15, 2008

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What a freak! Man it would be tough to stay calm with that guy standing right below ya.

mike, how do you keep coming up with all these freak drops, amazing man!

hunted public land for the first time this weekend had a squirrel hunter walk thru opening night @ 630 i was pissed and last night stalked within 75 yards of a doe in a bean field b4 she busted but i was the only guy to see a deer out there so i consider it a win. any luck to any other wiscosnin hunters ?

Damn! You said it Adam, that front buck is a freak nasty. I would not pass on the back one either.

That photo is said to have been taken in Roanoke VA about an hour from where I live. It's a nice one no matter where it came from though!
Tommy Nunley
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i kinda like the back one ...... big wide tall 10 point..... tough decision for me.....i'de like to think both could be taken...... (since we are just dreaming here) :)

Just a couple of dinks right there...

No way I would shoot the typical. The drop tine has to be the one. When would you see another one like that? !!!

Michigan Whitetail Nut

great bucks... I must say, I like a good clean typical buck, but I would shoot either one of them

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