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Tippman    0
Tippman

Anyone seen this one yet?

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I know to follow will be all the comments on whether it is fake or not. I received in email so don't know but am going with real. Was supposedly shot in N.C.

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picksbigwagon    12
picksbigwagon

good lord, if I saw that coming through the wooods, I would be scared..........that is a scarey looking buck.........aw who am I kidding, I would probably yell out something like "holy (insert your choice of words)" and then remember I was hunting....... smirk.gif

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lawdog    0
lawdog
WOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Meat-Run    0
Meat-Run

Nobody get on my case now but I could have seen this deer somewhere on the internet stating this was a possible high fence kill. Eitherway it is pretty cool nun the less.

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Shoot2Kill    0
Shoot2Kill

Taken in 06.

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Scott K    28
Scott K

Yep thats the one I see every year right before deer hunting! In my sleep, that is. grin.gif

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IRISHSOBNO4    0
IRISHSOBNO4

oak tree, your in my way!

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LABS4ME    0
LABS4ME

North Carolina?

My friend at work said it's his neighbor's, friend's, brother who shot that deer. Seems him and his brother went in together and bought 12 acres of land and have been intesivley applying QDM practices to the land for the last 3 or so years. His brother shot what they think is the Dad to this buck, and was a little miffed that his brother harvested it this year. They figured it was at best a 3 1/2 year old and with the genes they have on that 12 acre piece and another years growth, it would've looked like his dad. These guys are serious hunters and would never think of applying to get their names in the record books. In fact they aren't even sure what the world record buck's measurements are and the fact that the dad of this buck would probably surpass it. They are truly meat hunters and hang all their racks out on the barn after butchering the deer.

These guys must be the luckiest sportsman alive... because I was told their younger brother is the guy who caught that world record northern up on the Rainey River last year... I remember getting an e-mail about that fish last year... does anyone else remeber seeing it? I can probably dig it up if anyone wants to see that too...

I'm sure it's all true because I got it from my buddy at work on my e-mail...

Oh yeah, I dug up the pic of the Dad to this buck from last year's e-mail... enjoy!

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grin.gif !!!!!! hehehe

Good Luck!

Ken

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Mark Christianson    0
Mark Christianson

Thats BS Labs!!!!!!

Photoshop all the way!

Look at the face in the pic. Its obviously been edited into that pic. My coworkers, buddys, Dads, sister in laws, cousin shot that buck!

Dang internet is a joke. Taking a trophy like that and pasting someone elses face into it. Sheesh. Childish....

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Shoot2Kill    0
Shoot2Kill

That was funny. It only took 12 acres to grow a buck like that? I own 4, maybe I can grow one half that big by next year and let my mother in laws brothers unlce and his 3rd step child come out and hunt it. grin.gif

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Tippman    0
Tippman

Ha, I had that one too a while back Labs.

So does anyone have any credible info on this deer? Shoot2kill? My email basically said it was taken in North Carolina down in the grasses on the Neuse River. Not a whole lot of info.

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Black_Bay    0
Black_Bay

Tha deer should have been named in the Mitchell MLB steriod list. smirk.gif

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fisherking01    0
fisherking01

Just think of how big it woulda been next year!!! Neat to see pics like that even if they are just meant for fun.

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BeerHunter

The Info is On B&C Trophy watch just like the one with the antler coming out of its eye.

Here is the story.

Kentucky Giant

December 5, 2007

This buck was reportedly taken this fall in the Pennyrile Forest State Park in Kentucky. No word on the lucky hunter yet. What an incedible typical frame on this monster deer!

UPDATE: Dan U. Miller harvested this tremendous non-typical in Christian County, Kentucky in fall of 2006. The final score of this outstanding trophy is 246-3/8, and was accepted into B&C's 27th Awards Program on May 11, 2007. The buck has a 205-5/8 net typical frame.

Kentucky Giant

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Wanderer    313
Wanderer

Labs,

Ha Ha! Tears in my eyes! I scrolled just right for max impact!

Funny how there isn't a proud hunter showing his face in the pictures of the first one. But quality work if its fake.

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Hammer Handle    0
Hammer Handle

Hey, LABS4ME...I wouldn't even have shot him for I would let him go another year or two to develop into the bucks I like to harvest.

You Bambi killer!! grin.giftongue.gif

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brassman    0
brassman

Labs4me, I had no idea where your post was going until I scrolled down. That is hilarious though, good one. grin.gif

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B. Amish    0
B. Amish

that's funny. i had two seperate emails about this deer. one sais it was shot in north dakota, and the other said it was shot in texas.

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Quote:

The Info is On B&C Trophy watch just like the one with the antler coming out of its eye.

Here is the story.

Kentucky Giant

December 5, 2007

This buck was reportedly taken this fall in the Pennyrile Forest State Park in Kentucky. No word on the lucky hunter yet. What an incedible typical frame on this monster deer!

UPDATE: Dan U. Miller harvested this tremendous non-typical in Christian County, Kentucky in fall of 2006. The final score of this outstanding trophy is 246-3/8, and was accepted into B&C's 27th Awards Program on May 11, 2007. The buck has a 205-5/8 net typical frame.

Kentucky Giant


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It was shot in Kentucky !!

BFT


thats what Beerhunter said...

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