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Born,raised in Bertha, just curious if I know you?Whereabouts the big bucks come from. I've seen a couple from west of town and 1 (12 pointer) just east. I hunt by Browerville now but have always hunted on Grandpa's and uncles farm.

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If you have a sister with the initials T.O. I'm pretty sure she sent me pics of the deer last night. I was pretty jealous because they were some darn nice looking bucks!! Especially the G2's on the 13 pointer!

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yes, born and raised in bertha. west of the big town, which is where the bucks were shot as well., to the other post, i have no sisters, but i know the buck pics were getting around fast. last name kneisl, so if you're from browerville, you may know it. i am struggling to get good pics on here, but i'll keep trying.

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I graduated in '98 from Bertha, last name is in my screen name. I know or know of most of your family.

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younger brother josh? i graduated in '99, so i'm guessing i know who ya are, if your name starts with an m. so yes, i am the oldest of the four boys.

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Yea, thats me. Good luck this weekend, I'd like to see some of those bucks you guys got this weekend.

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