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dartsportsteve

MONSTER Iowa Buck Harvested

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Saw this on another board.... I don't even have deer this big in my dreams!

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Awesome deer, What do you expect though, It's from Iowa.

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Unfortunately Steve, your photo has disappeared. I noticed you are from Monona, I am from Waukon originally......

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I've seen this one on a couple of boards, but have yet to hear the story behind it.

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i haven't heard any stories about that buck either. also saw another picture of another great buck taken in Iowa. all i can say is , WOW !!

i was out scouting yesturday; almost had the BIG ONE!!( no! not a deer!! a heart attack!!) now understand that i'm terrified of snakes! i was trimming a path from where i plan to put a stand up to a path that goes thru the woods. i grabbed a heavy weed and right next to my hand was about a 10 in. snake!!!!!!!!! cry i think it was a little bull snake! grin

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This is a bruiser of a buck indeed! He is waiting for a Official green score on it he commented. Other comments he has provided is his G2 on the left side has two kickers and his G2 on the right side is split, giving the buck 13 points.

Where this buck was brought down, he states,SW part of the state. That could even be the suburbs of West Des Moines. Have seen some awesome bucks walk out of tiny draws to small tucked away fields down there while visiting friends. No matter where it was taken, that is a heck of a buck.

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Great Deer, Thanks for posting the picture.

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