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HOG Bufffalo!

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my buddy evan shot this pig yesterday. 47 lbs; weighed on an archery shop scale.

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HOLY S#%T!

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wow that thing is a monster!

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Nice fish! to bad it was not on hook and line it would be a state record!

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that is a sow i wounder how long that would that to reel in

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That thing is a monster. I beat that was a russ!

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That is a giant Buffalo! Thanks for posting the pic.

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That's a sow! It'd be a shame if it just got used for fertilizer.

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That's a sow! It'd be a shame if it just got used for fertilizer.

its going on the wall if the taxidermist can replace the lost scales on the entry wound.

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Do it with a bowfishing arrow through it................

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Originally Posted By: Ralph Wiggum
That's a sow! It'd be a shame if it just got used for fertilizer.

its going on the wall if the taxidermist can replace the lost scales on the entry wound.

That'll be awesome (but not cheap!). Please post a photo of the mount when it gets done!!!

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sweet, I shot a 30#er last year, but 47. That's pretty cool.

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Do it with a bowfishing arrow through it................

That would be cool

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