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Photos: 239-Inch Mule Deer From the Arizona Strip

Photos: 239-Inch Mule Deer From the Arizona Strip

Check out this 239-inch mule deer taken on the AZ Strip.
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from Deerhunter25 wrote 1 year 41 weeks ago

That is one beast of a muley. He doesnt even appear to have any nontypical points.AWESOME MULEY!!!!!!

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from nicetang wrote 2 years 2 weeks ago

Tough 2 years on the Arizona muledeer around Phoenix. No water, little food. Freeze in Feb2011 and no rain have hurt.

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from GoldToyBox wrote 2 years 3 weeks ago

A beautiful Buck and congrats to the hunter.
I would love to hunt one of the premere areas of Arizona but with 12 bonus points my chances are still not good for drawing a tag.
I don't be-gruge the guys who pays a guide for his skill and knowledge or access to an area but I could never afford it. So it's "do it myself" for me, also call "hard, cold & lonely" ..... might add wet to that list too.

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from MJ Allred wrote 2 years 5 weeks ago

HUGE man great deer!!

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from Jan Allen wrote 2 years 5 weeks ago

Simply awesome, nice work!!

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from mdlindley wrote 2 years 14 weeks ago

Amazingly beautiful buck. Like many guided hunts, it does seem that Shimberg and Goswick did all the "hunting" and the client, Holbrook, only did the shooting. As stated, "By the time season rolls around, they already have numerous trophy-class bucks pinpointed and patterned." I just think that cheapens the thrill of the hunt. I will pay access fees, but I won't pay someone to tell me where to hunt and what to shoot. But that's just me. To each his own.

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from Jake Mennell wrote 2 years 14 weeks ago

Its unfortunate that such magnificent creatures are wasted to such inscolent greed just to say I have the biggest point buck. Where is the honor in hunting any more?

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from ttfaulkner@msn.com wrote 2 years 14 weeks ago

Kody,

I agree! It's hard to believe the monster on the first trail-cam photo was even able to balance that massive rakc on his head. I would love to hunt the AZ Strip sometime soon!!!

Travis Faulkner
Outdoor Life
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from Kody wrote 2 years 14 weeks ago

Some of these mule deer with huge antlers could be mistaken for elk. They don't appear to be that large in the body making it even more amazing to be that they carry such racks.

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from Kody wrote 2 years 14 weeks ago

Some of these mule deer with huge antlers could be mistaken for elk. They don't appear to be that large in the body making it even more amazing to be that they carry such racks.

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from mdlindley wrote 2 years 14 weeks ago

Amazingly beautiful buck. Like many guided hunts, it does seem that Shimberg and Goswick did all the "hunting" and the client, Holbrook, only did the shooting. As stated, "By the time season rolls around, they already have numerous trophy-class bucks pinpointed and patterned." I just think that cheapens the thrill of the hunt. I will pay access fees, but I won't pay someone to tell me where to hunt and what to shoot. But that's just me. To each his own.

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from ttfaulkner@msn.com wrote 2 years 14 weeks ago

Kody,

I agree! It's hard to believe the monster on the first trail-cam photo was even able to balance that massive rakc on his head. I would love to hunt the AZ Strip sometime soon!!!

Travis Faulkner
Outdoor Life
ttfaulkner@msn.com

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from Jan Allen wrote 2 years 5 weeks ago

Simply awesome, nice work!!

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from nicetang wrote 2 years 2 weeks ago

Tough 2 years on the Arizona muledeer around Phoenix. No water, little food. Freeze in Feb2011 and no rain have hurt.

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from MJ Allred wrote 2 years 5 weeks ago

HUGE man great deer!!

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from GoldToyBox wrote 2 years 3 weeks ago

A beautiful Buck and congrats to the hunter.
I would love to hunt one of the premere areas of Arizona but with 12 bonus points my chances are still not good for drawing a tag.
I don't be-gruge the guys who pays a guide for his skill and knowledge or access to an area but I could never afford it. So it's "do it myself" for me, also call "hard, cold & lonely" ..... might add wet to that list too.

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from Deerhunter25 wrote 1 year 41 weeks ago

That is one beast of a muley. He doesnt even appear to have any nontypical points.AWESOME MULEY!!!!!!

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from Jake Mennell wrote 2 years 14 weeks ago

Its unfortunate that such magnificent creatures are wasted to such inscolent greed just to say I have the biggest point buck. Where is the honor in hunting any more?

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