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    Big Pa. Buck Killed

    Dont know if it was posted yet, (didnt see it ) so I am posting about a HUGE buck killed in the Lancaster area in Pennsylvania. There is talk of it being the new state record. The deer has 15 scoreable points, a 23-1/2 inch inside spread and field dressed out at 256 pounds. It was shot on a farm in Rothsville, Pennsylvania.

    Pa. state record typical archery buck is 174-7/8 inch.
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    Good lord that thing is a BEAST!!!!!
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    Man that a nice deer.Gone

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    That is an awesome buck , congrats to who ever shot it. There's going to be more and more bucks like this showing up in Pa. Thanks to the restrictions.

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    Big Buck

    "and the naysayers shall come forth and say"antler restrictions in pennsylvania do not work...and the Altonians shall respond...NAH! and then it shall come to pass that a large specimen shall be taken in the antler restriction zone...and all shall be well...Ahh-men"
    Give it time boys...it can only get better...

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    That is a huge deer! I don't see it topping the 170 mark because of short tine length but it is very impressive!
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    Very nice deer....

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    That's a hog.....especially for PA.!!!! Glad to hear those antlers are getting bigger!!!!!!! Do you know what he green scored?

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    Come on, this deer is an import from Kansas!

    LOL just kidding, congrats to the guy that got him...awesome buck and definitely one of the best I've seen come out of PA!

    I wonder if he'll score as a Typical with the stickers and other abnormal points? No clue.

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    I got an email about it. Rothsville is like 10 minutes from my house.


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    Here is the story on this deer(you can see the PA tag in its ear)

    Shot Tuesday evening in Rothsville, PA

    He was hunting an old railroad bed that ran between two cornfields. There were 3
    scrapes that were leading up to his stand but he hadn't seen what made them or
    what was working them. After a short while a nice 8 point started making his
    way towards the stand he was in. It wasn't too long before the 8 point took off
    and was gone. He looked into the cornfield and saw that something huge was
    making it's way through because the buck was nocking down rows of corn as it
    made it's way through. It wasn't long before he appeared out of the field and
    started tearing up the first scrape. Once he was finished with the first he
    moved a little closer to the second scrape and eventually right in front of the
    stand to the third scrape. This is when he fired and connected square in the
    chest. He said the deer took off straight into the corn leaving a trail that
    looked like a four wheeler had gone through. The buck then circled around and
    expired 30 yards from his stand. He then had to go and get the farmers tractor
    in order to get the deer back to his truck. He has 15 points, a 23 1/2 inch
    inside spread and dressed out at 256 pounds. His brother said he shot it at ten
    yards about a mile from a store in Rothsville called Binkley and Hurst on his
    fathers farm.



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    Ah crap, see thats what happens!!!!

    I let that deer walk so he could grow, then someone wacks him...

    Is he a 7.5x7.5???

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    Don't he have the same kinda droopy ears as the Rompoly buck! Ken

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    Originally posted by I BOW 2
    Don't he have the same kinda droopy ears as the Rompoly buck! Ken
    Kinda hard to hold them up, when he's "dead"..

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    AWESOME


    Biggest AP buck I have seen must have coem from Maryland

    Bucks workign scrapes sounds...time to work on a bucks Nose

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    That deer will blow right bast the 170 mark gross., but neting over 174 as a typical will be tough with all the deducts. Fantastic deer.

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    That is a giant, nice deer, bucks working scrapes, hmmmm, might start making some mock scrapes.
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    Great Buck !

    Only problem, I see is it's not me in the pics.
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    Originally posted by XHOGGER1
    That is an awesome buck , congrats to who ever shot it. There's going to be more and more bucks like this showing up in Pa. Thanks to the restrictions.

    HAHAHAHA ARE YOU KIDDING ME! Do you think that those restrictions are going to bring in buck like THAT! Gimme a break, plus the most recent story I've heard on that buck is that it was shot on private land or a game farm and wasn't even truly shot in PA just brought there by a guy that lives in PA

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    Exclamation H O L Y S H I Z N I K. . . . .

    What a bomber!!

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    Looks like an Illinois buck must have taken a long walk.

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    Notice how the guys got the Perma-grin, and he can't even stop looking at the rack long enough to pose for a photo?

    For a hunter it must be like finding the Holy Grail.

    Must be an unbelievable feeling.

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    Here's another link with some different pictures...
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    Re: Big Buck

    Originally posted by Davik
    "and the naysayers shall come forth and say"antler restrictions in pennsylvania do not work...and the Altonians shall respond...NAH! and then it shall come to pass that a large specimen shall be taken in the antler restriction zone...and all shall be well...Ahh-men"
    Give it time boys...it can only get better...
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    Just curious..

    Is this the second or third year for antler restrictions in PA?

    If it is the third - Do you think anyone in their right mind passed that buck the last two years?

    By the looks of him I would guess him to be a 5 1/2 to 7 1/2 year old..

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