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Big buck killed in SW lower

Discussion in 'Michigan Whitetail Deer Hunting' started by mich buckmaster, Oct 8, 2013.


  1. mich buckmaster

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    Big buck killed in SW lower. Go to Archery Addicts on facebook to see picture, I dont want to post until I get permission. Shot close to some of my old hunting lands. 265lbs field dressed and scored over 170+.


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  2. bowmanjoe

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    What county?
     

  3. tdflannigan

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    What did it actually score?
     
  4. Ken

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    172 green, they say
     
  5. Gone_Hunting

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    I went on their fb page and seen no pictures of deer from this year.:confused:
     
  6. adamhartwell

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    The pic i saw was posted 9 hours ago
     
  7. mrsocko33

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    I'll bite. Facebook a public site. Here you go

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  8. Gone_Hunting

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    Holly cow! That's a big boy!:yikes::yikes:
     
  9. Waz_51

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    Nice buck but I'm not so sure it would go over 170...a typical 10 with good mass, tine length, and spread...I'll l say he's a 160 when officially scored
     
  10. Waz_51

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    It is tough to say tho cuz of the way the deer is laying...an upright hero shot or trail cam picture of the brute would be easier to judge...
     
  11. Bloodrunner

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    It's more than a "nice" buck, people pay thousands of dollars, and travel to other States and don't kill one that big.

    That deer is a shooter in Iowa,Ill.Ohio,Wis, anywhere.
     
  12. Swamp Monster

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    Dave, Does the mother of the shooter work for me? One of my ladies' sons shot a big 10 but she didn't have pictures to show me yet.
     
  13. Termie33

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    I don't know anything about the buck that is pictured in this post, but there was a 172inch buck shot somewhere in that area. Had an outside spread of 24 in from what I was told. I have a pic on my phone, but like the OP I don't have permission to post it. I tried looking at the facebook page mentioned, but I couldn't find any pages with a 172 incher on it.
     
  14. Waz_51

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    Actually, I think he'd be a good candidate to let grow for another year or two...looks like a genetically gifted 3.5 to me!......:rolleyes:



    Obviously it's a great buck, runner...lol
     
  15. lucky hunter

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    I know of a large one killed in Clinton country but I doubt its 170". Im guessing 150-160 range.