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How about this one... rumored at 240" and 3rd largest WI nontyp.

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Congrats to James Paalman of Fremont,WI

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guys looks pretty red in the face! Must have been a windy cold day

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nice pics but i hate when they say rumored to have shot here or there because you never know where they were actually shot

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Give a guy a smile or two. I hate "tough guy" photos.

If I was to be in either of those photo's it would be gringringringrin untill my face hurt.

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Terrific deer, I'm always curious is to the how and why. How many acres do they hunt on, is it bow hunted, do they practice go/grow, were they chasing does, time the were shot,age of the deer etc. I love the whole story and I'm happy to see 2 veteran hunters probably taking their largest to date. M.B.

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these are two brutes! would like to hear the stories behind these two deer!

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That's the biggest main frame 8 I've ever seen! shockedshocked

I have a picture of a big thick 8 point at home that I will try to post on here when I get back up in town for break.

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Terrific deer, I'm always curious is to the how and why. How many acres do they hunt on, is it bow hunted, do they practice go/grow, were they chasing does, time the were shot,age of the deer etc. I love the whole story and I'm happy to see 2 veteran hunters probably taking their largest to date. M.B.

Yeah, me too but you have to buy whatever magazine they sell the story to to find that info.

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