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Thread: Giant pa buck. Beaver county

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    Giant pa buck. Beaver county

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    let the small ones go, and the big ones will grow!!!!!!


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    let the small ones go, and the big ones will grow!!!!!!

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    Where's the fence? Only kidding what a pa monster!

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    Needs another year
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    Hes a biggin.
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    Cull buck. Let me know where he is and I will get him out of there for you

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    He only looks big because he is in velvet.

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    those distorted images of images won't cut it, lets see some originals.
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    Over 170" that's for sure, might even go 180"
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    Quote Originally Posted by mikepahl318 View Post
    those distorted images of images won't cut it, lets see some originals.
    Distorted or not that deer is huge and I would think will be over 170" pretty easily.

    OP great buck. Good luck trying to get an arrow in him.
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    Wow!!

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    I hunt beaver county but have not seen him NICE

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    As you can imagine my buddy is not willing to share too many pictures. I put two different angles to show off the pure massiveness. He's been hunting him for 3 years with only two sightings from the stand. Very selective on hunting on perfect winds and weather
    let the small ones go, and the big ones will grow!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dspell20 View Post
    As you can imagine my buddy is not willing to share too many pictures. I put two different angles to show off the pure massiveness. He's been hunting him for 3 years with only two sightings from the stand. Very selective on hunting on perfect winds and weather
    I wouldnt want to share where this buck was either. This type of buck will make people do very stupid things to try and kill it.

    He is going to have well over 20" (looks like about 25" to me) just in his brow measurements which is crazy. I dont think I have seen a more impressive set of brows on any deer.
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    Hence the nick name "Blades" snoman4
    let the small ones go, and the big ones will grow!!!!!!

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    I will try to get a hard horn pic of him to share
    let the small ones go, and the big ones will grow!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fullstrutter View Post
    Over 170" that's for sure, might even go 180"
    I see a lot of deer in the 160-180 range. This buck makes them look small. I wont venture a guess but it will top 180

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    Quote Originally Posted by dspell20 View Post
    Hence the nick name "Blades" snoman4
    Should be swords....lol
    Venison its whats for dinner
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    geez!! that thing is huge!!! good luck getting him

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    I wouldn't share that pic with friends let alone an internet hunting site!!!!!
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