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tjm

Score this buck and i'll take you hunting for 2 days any season

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Who ever comes the closest.This bucks an 8 point main frame with a good kicker off the G2.I'll post a copy of the green gross score from the taxidermist

Winner gets a 2 day hunt any season this year or next.You bring food money i'll cover the rest.All you need is your hunting gear.Bow hunt/Gun hunt or muzzy hunt you pick the days i'll make sure you get to atleast see a couple 140 class bucks or bigger.If you let me pick the days and season i'll make sure you get a shot at 1 of that size

Deadline is October 6th 11:59pm 2006

Extreme your off limits since you have a good idea what it scores already.Plus your welcome any time see ya again in a couple weeks

Sorry the 3B season is not included being my all season lic wont work and i cant assist you at all.This hunts in southern half of Mn no riffles

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Neiko

I am taking a stab here since I have never measured a buck in my life but I am pretty lucky. My vote is 178.

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USPENAMC

165

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jbjr

170 5/8

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hookset

gross 186

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smg04

189

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B mac

197 gross. Nice buck.

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Mark Christianson

So who shot it tjm????

166 1/8 gross

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jbdragon17

167

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perchking

TJM, who shot it?

176 3/8

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Bobb-o

177 3/4"

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EXTREME

TJM shot the buck on Friday morning. I would not vote until he gives us some pictures. He said he is working on that part of it. Ya the lucky ***%$#@ called me on Friday to give me the bad news. That buck had my name written all over it. I told him that there is no reason for me to come down there later this month because this buck is now gone confused.gif. Anyway, having seen this buck personally...you guys are all estimating a little low...

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Water Hazard

195

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Mark Christianson

Estimates are low Extreme???

This is an 8 pt. I cant believe these are low estimates. No way. Anxious to see the numbers regardless.

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pheasant maniac

nice deer!!!!!!!!!!!!! i'll take a stab at 205 5/8 hope i get another shot at the one i missed last year up north.

great job and a really nice deer.

pheasant!

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EXTREME

Oh kay not that high. I would rather take a guess of around 180 gross. It does have some sticker points that will deduct from the score...but with some mass and 30 inch beams....it is a toad. By the way; to put this in perspective I think there are only 5-6 bucks of 8 points that have made B&C. I don't think this one will because of some deductions...but you can see that it is truly world-class.

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ozzie

179 5/8

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mnz71hunt

176 - 7/8

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swampbuck

164 3/8

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snapcrackpop

182 1/2

What if 2 people have the same numbers?

1st come or tie breaker draw?

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mdeiley

172 5/8 Net

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Outdoors_guy

193 1/4

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