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#2 is not that good of a photo. but it sure is a grate buck!
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ive never seen a buck like that befor.
I don't think #23 is doctored. He isn't even holding onto the deer, it looks like it's propped up and he is sitting some distance behind it. Just a weird camera angle.
man thats a giant alot of hunters set their whole life and never get the opprotunity to see a deer like that
Picture #26 is a Mule Deer.
Not a Mule Deer in the bunch??????????
definately, #23 looks like it was doctored. I've taken Whitetails over 300lbs, and there's no way the buck was that big. It's unusually large. Whoever took it, tho..it was definately an awesome deer without it being cropped.
Not too sure about picture #23...that Deer's head is about 3 times the head of the hunter...looks a bit photoshopped
Some beautiful deer. I think the bow hunters were smiling more than the rest:)
Wow that is a huge buck
They need to learn you are either stoic or you are not it can't be faked. Many of these unsmiling hunters look like they are in pain. Hm, perhaps it was a long lonely drag.....
A friend who kills big deer every year use to not smile; my good-nature d ribbing has fixed that and now he is a happy looking grinning hunter and winning photo contests.
I respectfully disagree with your assertion that you look like a grinning idiot......
I don't think the hunters who aren't smiling are not happy. I think they're trying to look stoic, but I guarantee they're all smiles on the inside. As for me, anytime I take a picture with a kill you'll see me grinning like an idiot.
Inspector D, great tip. We'll try to track him down.
These are some great bucks! But you're missing the Minnesota public land bruiser shot durring this year's firearm season. Glen Senske shot a 20 pointer in the Sherburne Wildlife Refuge. A local Taxidermist unofficially scored it at 199 5/8. You can see the story and a picture at the Minneapolis Star Tribune website: http://www.startribune.com/sports/outdoors/107006263.html?page=2&c=y
Why is it so many of these hunters look so unhappy?
Hat tip to those who appreciate their trophies and smile. ;-D)
That is why we do what we do.
Petrzilka shot the buck in November on a hunt with his sons in Saunders County.
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