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AngelicFatum

Anyone seen this monster!

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I found this pic on another site, apparently from the Hokah, MN area, apparently 23 pts and 310 lbs!

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310 pounds, that is kind of like the other pic that says it is 210 inches. Nice rack, don't get me wrong, but I don't think that deer is anywhere near 300 #. Good deer though, congrats to the hunter.

DL

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That pic is going around, it was green scored at 231, no lie, no rumor.

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I can easily see 300 lbs, I shot a 210 pounder and it wasn't nearly that thick! Regardless of the numbers it's simply a GIANT!

Lucky SOB cool

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Soild deer. Super nice rack. Where is Hokah or what town is it by? Never heard of the town.

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No doubt, that picture from above is sure impressive

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Great deer, but i dont see 300 pounds. Scoring over 200 easy but i dont know. Good job

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who cares how much he weighs? It's an awesome deer in anybodies book and it's even better that he' pictured with his future hunting partner.

Now if I can even get lucky enough to see just half of that deer it would make my hunting season.

congrats Mr. Hunter with no name!!!!

mr

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Maybe 310 live weight. My biggest at 224(dressed) looked just as big, and longer, too. But your right Meat, it dont matter! I would have probably filled my pants with 310 if that big boy walked by me!

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Look at her face!!!!--future hunting partner, thinking not so much. What a cutie-nice deer too!

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Why be skeptical of everything? Its an amazing deer no matter what it weighs or how many points or inches of antler.

I think the pictures are fantastic! What a trophy!

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MN is capable of producing very large bucks. Alot of people for some reason dont realize that. If people learned and were able to implement QDM, and simply let the deer get some age before killin them, we would be seeing alot more deer around this caliber.

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it looks like it is taking up alot of space in the back of that truck. 300 seems realistic to me.

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Unreal deer, I've only bowhunted a couple of times and would have been more than happy to stick a spiker, let alone a monster like that. Congrats to him, That's a deer of 1,000,000 lifetimes!

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AF-1984,

that is a beautiful looking dog you have in you Avatar. Can I ask you where you got it?

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YIKES, that deer is awesome....Ya know what I like the most about the picutres is that he is not trying to lean away from the camera to make it look bigger. He is laying on the deer and that rack is still huge. 200-300-500000 pounds, it doesn't matter, that is one rock solid buck. His little girl looks terrified, how much do ya wanna bet that his wife was not happy that she was in the truck with that deer

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That is an awesome buck to say the least. I also like the fact that he is actually smiling. I've seen so many pictures of guys with big deer and most seem annoyed or ticked off. That has always seemed strange to me.

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pace, I think it's more of a macho thing not smiling, lol...

Heck of a buck. I'm jealous.

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They said that it was 310# live weight.

Ya that's what I figured. To make 300 dressed it would have looked like a heffer. Anyway awesome deer to say the least.

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