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17-Year-Old Bowhunter Takes One of NY's Top 2011 Bucks

17-Year-Old Bowhunter Takes One of NY's Top 2011 Bucks

Jake Maurer killed this massive 181-inch buck in New York. See the photos from his hunt here.
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from Kody wrote 2 years 18 weeks ago

New York?? I would have thought that state had so many people that the deer had to feed in peoples back yards. At the very least that deer had to know how to avoid people let along hunters to get old enough to grow that rack.

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from huntingfrek123 wrote 2 years 19 weeks ago

Nice buck I live in NY too,in Erie county And I agree with fin fur and feather, everyone thinks its big citys and there's tons of farms and woods in NY, and there's WAY more woods and all that then city's. And there's good hunting too so nice buck.

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from Catpool9 wrote 2 years 19 weeks ago

Congrats Jake, on a very fine LQQKing Buck!, it's great that you had the buck on trail cam before you took him, and having your dad and friend help with the recovery will be a memory the three of you will have for a life time.

David H.

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from warriorjock wrote 2 years 20 weeks ago

not trying to find your spot i live in ny just some idea westchester western ny

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from JM1993 wrote 2 years 20 weeks ago

great buck, congrats.

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from 6phunter wrote 2 years 20 weeks ago

wtg JAKE,THATS A GREAT BUCK ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD,HOPE YOU HAVE MANY FINE HUNTS AHEAD OF YOU

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from Mapper45 wrote 2 years 20 weeks ago

Congrats Jake!!!
I saw this picture before it hit the papers in Rochester.
Great buck anywhere and the fact that the next generation of hunters are out there doing it should make us all proud.

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from fin fur and feather wrote 2 years 20 weeks ago

i'm glad to see NY getting some positive attention. a lot people think the whole state is one big city and that's just not true, i was raised in NY and i can tell you that it should be known just as much for its woods, fields, and lakes as for its big city! great buck Jake Maurer!

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from fin fur and feather wrote 2 years 20 weeks ago

i'm glad to see NY getting some positive attention. a lot people think the whole state is one big city and that's just not true, i was raised in NY and i can tell you that it should be known just as much for its woods, fields, and lakes as for its big city! great buck Jake Maurer!

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from 6phunter wrote 2 years 20 weeks ago

wtg JAKE,THATS A GREAT BUCK ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD,HOPE YOU HAVE MANY FINE HUNTS AHEAD OF YOU

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from JM1993 wrote 2 years 20 weeks ago

great buck, congrats.

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from warriorjock wrote 2 years 20 weeks ago

not trying to find your spot i live in ny just some idea westchester western ny

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from Mapper45 wrote 2 years 20 weeks ago

Congrats Jake!!!
I saw this picture before it hit the papers in Rochester.
Great buck anywhere and the fact that the next generation of hunters are out there doing it should make us all proud.

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from Catpool9 wrote 2 years 19 weeks ago

Congrats Jake, on a very fine LQQKing Buck!, it's great that you had the buck on trail cam before you took him, and having your dad and friend help with the recovery will be a memory the three of you will have for a life time.

David H.

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from huntingfrek123 wrote 2 years 19 weeks ago

Nice buck I live in NY too,in Erie county And I agree with fin fur and feather, everyone thinks its big citys and there's tons of farms and woods in NY, and there's WAY more woods and all that then city's. And there's good hunting too so nice buck.

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from Kody wrote 2 years 18 weeks ago

New York?? I would have thought that state had so many people that the deer had to feed in peoples back yards. At the very least that deer had to know how to avoid people let along hunters to get old enough to grow that rack.

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