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mrklean

Wisconsin Deer???

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Whatever happened to the giant typical that was in field and stream and all over the internet last fall that got killed???? I thought it was suppose to be the next typical world record but heard nothing after it was harvested. Any updates?

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i dont think it was as big as suspected. made state record though

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Just looked it up, scored 233 and some change as a non-typical and did become the state record. I think people thought he had a chance at the typical record but ended up scoring better non-typical. Couldn't find any info on the gross score, wither way what a massive buck!

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233 and 2/8 non-typical to make it the state record archery buck. Gun record non-typical for WI is around 247.

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Here ya go, the score is right... 233 and change with a 191 inch typical frame.... Good article in SEPTEMBER issue of north american whitettail, just on stands, i just saw it tonight, ironically i saw this thread after... thought i would point ya in the right direction...

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is there any pics of this deer other then the one i saw in the paper after it was shot?

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is there any pics of this deer other then the one i saw in the paper after it was shot?

iceman

I think if you do a G search for Field and Stream Buck you should find plenty of pics.

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