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Meaney

what are the odds!?!?!

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Meaney

check this monster out! holy cow...or holy moose by that matter

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DRH1175

wow unbelievable!!

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Shack

Now that is cool!

$50,000.00!!!!!!!!!!! It is like hitting the lotto! grin.gif

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Scott K

That would be awsome.. I know of a guy that lives not to far from me, that same thing happened. Both were really big bucks, just like these.

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analyzer

I sincerely doubt it's worth $50,000. Guys would be trying to puzzle fit deer all the time.

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ozzie

I have a friend that when in SD pheasant hunting 2 or 3 years ago found two big bucks locked together and frozen into a pond. They got the farmer and some chainsaws and got the deer out....pretty cool story and cool photos.....BIG DEER also!!!!!

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Meaney

wow, amazing stories. yea, that guy probably saw two nice deer shot them both and entangled them together to be able to keep them both. smile.gif

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analyzer

ozzie, were those deer still alive?

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Crickschop04

I vaguely remember a guy from Zumbrota shooting a tangled pair a couple of years ago. 10 pointer, and 11 pointer if I remember correctly.

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ozzie

nope they were dead frozen just under the ice....one guy walked out on the ice to see what the "dark spot" in the ice was and that is what he saw!!!!

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