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Deer of the Year '09

Deer of the Year '09

Announcing the winner of the 2009 Deer of the Year contest...
doy_final_dakota thorstenson

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from hoyt1996 wrote 3 years 20 weeks ago

#1 gets my vote awesome deer

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from Hunter Girl 1 wrote 3 years 40 weeks ago

Wow nice deer!

Hunter Girl 1

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from buckhunter wrote 4 years 6 weeks ago

number 18 gets my vote

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from GRIPNRIP wrote 4 years 35 weeks ago

Adam Riehl gets my vote!!

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from bigwaterfowler wrote 5 years 6 days ago

#1 was a great shot for a 12 year old to make a running shot but adam riehl was the real story hes a great man since he took an elk and huge mulie befor he passed away RIP ADAM RIEHL

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from www.dropjhook.com wrote 5 years 9 weeks ago

Yup you all got my vote. The young ones you get 1 1/2 votes from me! thanks for the photos

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from colbybabcock wrote 5 years 11 weeks ago

I say that all the deer are AWESOME

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from cjmax8@hotmail.com wrote 5 years 11 weeks ago

talk about some real monsters in this gallery, i know what was going through adam riehl's mind wether to get a shoulder or full body mount.

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from BDUMDIE wrote 5 years 12 weeks ago

To cheaters. That was my father that died of brain cancer at age 69 after being diagnosed only 3 months prior. It very inconsiderate that you would make those comments without knowing anything about this. Dakota is a remarkable hunter and a true sportsman. He spends more time in the outdoors than anyone I have ever meet. He is a remakeable shot. Shame on you. I hope that no one ever talks about a loved of yours like that. It doesn't make me feel very good.

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from outdoorlife-editor wrote 5 years 13 weeks ago

There was no cheating involved in the voting process. We restricted voting to only one vote per IP address. This is by far the most fair way to hold a polling contest. Of course anyone can have their friends sign up and vote for them but that's not against the rules, nor has it ever been.

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from nickd56 wrote 5 years 13 weeks ago

Hat's off to the folks at Outdoor Life and Cabela's for their gift to Adam's family and the recognition of the other candidates....class act all the way guys.....

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from Bo wrote 5 years 14 weeks ago

To Cheaters, two words. SOUR GRAPES.

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from DivineStrake wrote 5 years 14 weeks ago

I don't really understand the argument being made by some commenters that killing a deer in the wide-open plains is a simple endeavor. Doesn't it stand to reason that the lack of trees and brush would make it difficult to get within even rifle-range of a true trophy animal, meaning one that's grown old enough to be wary of the slightest movement?

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from lindsannjones wrote 5 years 14 weeks ago

I was Adam's fiancee and caregiver. I was the one lucky enough to be with him on this hunt and experience the accomplishment he had that day. It truly was the hunt of a lifetime for him. He passed away before finding out he had made it into the magazine, but I know he is smiling and is as proud as ever! Hunting was one of Adam's favorite things to do and something we shared in doing together. Thanks to all for your thoughts.

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from headhunter wrote 5 years 14 weeks ago

Give the kid a break, I am one of the doy contestants and it was great just to get my picture in OL. Although I would have to give my vote to Kelly Gustafson for the best buck, and Adam for Hunter of the Year.
P.S. Thank you Outdoor Life

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from have gun will travel wrote 5 years 14 weeks ago

thats to bad people have to be like that. i voted for the deer with the nicest rack and i can say the winner did not have the nicest rack.this competition was deer of the year not who can fake log ins. im thinking it wasnt the child but had to do with parents. a parent will do what they can to brag about children.its sad that they can feel good about themselves after doing that.girl in the woods was right on about open plains isnt a fair chase.wooded hunting is the challenge.again i say the winner wasnt the best.anybody that shot there deer in the woods are the real winners.

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from duck caller wrote 5 years 14 weeks ago

very nice of outdoor life to salute a fallen hunter but boo for bad sportsmen if thats true about fake log ins. i guess if you can live with it god with justify it in the end. thats whats wrong with this world. people have no conscience.maybe they are just to poor that the only to get stuff from cabelas is a 200 gift certificate they won is by lying, oh well.those people should be ashamed of themselves if that is how they won.may adam rest in peace,god bless

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from Huntforit wrote 5 years 14 weeks ago

Congrats to the winner.

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from DivineStrake wrote 5 years 14 weeks ago

Part of me doesn't want to justify "Cheaters'" comment with a response, but where do you get off making such allegations? What do you get out of attacking a kid? He won fair and sqaure within the rules set forth by OL. Besides, Adam's family ended up getting a gift cert, too, so where's the harm? You've gotta lighten up, man. Get a life.

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from cheaters wrote 5 years 14 weeks ago

everybody in a small town voted yeah right pretty bad you have to make up log in names and accounts just to win. they should check the voters registration log in and see how many are real. you are probably the same one that did it 2 years ago. what a thing to teach a child cheat to win. i also had cancer and i think you are using others cancers to make it right. shame on you.

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from msdthorstenson wrote 5 years 14 weeks ago

Thanks to all who voted for Dakota. I think everyone in our small town cast a vote. We'd like to dedicate his win to his grandfather Kenneth Dumdie who passed away of brain cancer 06/07/08. He was the first person to introduce Dakota into the sport he loves so much. Our thoughts are also with the family of Adam Riehl. We're so happy he won as well. Keep the kids hunting!!!

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from girl in the woods wrote 5 years 14 weeks ago

way to go kelly you got my vote.i think its great girls get out there in the woods.nothing better than deer hunting in the woods. wide open plains are not as challenging as waiting for the deer to come close enough and have no brush in the way to shoot.way to go girls, keep showing the boys we can keep up. GIRL POWER!!!!

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from roger t wrote 5 years 14 weeks ago

Selby, SD Dakota has the deer of the year! The 12 yr. old hunter sets a fine example for all present & future hunters. Roger T.

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from handicapped hunter wrote 5 years 14 weeks ago

great deer im hoping to get big one this year im due lol i think!

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from skidooin wrote 5 years 14 weeks ago

please vote for my cousin joe carichner #18 for deer of the year.he takes me hunting all the time. i am 13 and he teaches me so much about hunting. my dad cant take me but joe is always asking me when i want to go again.please vote for him!!! i love hunting and i wouldnt have been able to learn without joe.

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from glenbob wrote 5 years 14 weeks ago

Eugene, James and the Ludwig brothers you are true sportsman to put Adam in front of you and help his family receive award.

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from krgruba wrote 5 years 14 weeks ago

I vote for #10! Deer on the run at 200 yards, first season, age 12 - AWESOME Shot!

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from korpi219 wrote 5 years 14 weeks ago

Thats a fine deer to get in the end. #1 is the best

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from bachmanv wrote 5 years 14 weeks ago

Wow Dakota that is awesome!!!! Whooo hoooo!

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from Jizzer123 wrote 5 years 14 weeks ago

Public land? wow Zed58 is right that is impressive!

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from Zed 58 wrote 5 years 14 weeks ago

WOW I love the public land buck that the Ludwig Brothers got! You got my Vote!!

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from Aaron Ludwig wrote 5 years 14 weeks ago

Congrats to all the lucky hunters, amazing bucks! My brother and I would like to request that all of our votes go to Adam Riehl. We certainly wish him and his family the best, you are in our prayers!

Aaron and Brant Ludwig

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from Yoda wrote 5 years 14 weeks ago

Awesome photos and nice to have the little blurbs about each picture

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from 6phunter wrote 5 years 15 weeks ago

Words alone cannot express my respect for my fellow hunters,as they have proven to be among the best in any society. Thier willingness to give to others without putting themselves first only proves what we as sportsmen know that sharing our passions is the ultimate gift. I'm proud to be a part of this fellowship.So i cast my vote without saying as i believe it's self evident . thank you all

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from blackhawk wrote 5 years 15 weeks ago

OUTDOOR LIFE,

I am in complete agreement with Mr. Mancl. I am very pleased to have made it into your magazine with my deer, but wish to have any votes for me to go Mr. Riehl. I lost a friend to cancer last week and my condolences go to Mr. Riehl's family.

James Hagman
Rose Hill KS

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from thors21 wrote 5 years 15 weeks ago

May God bless Adam Riehls family. Proud of that young man for having the courage and strenght for going out and taking this big buck through has difficult time. However, I know the young man in photo 10. He is a great kid and puts a lot of time in looking for his deer. Way to go Dakota, hope you win!!!!

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from cjohnsrud wrote 5 years 15 weeks ago

#1 is definitely my choice. Brings a damn tear to my eye.

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from mdsulli2 wrote 5 years 15 weeks ago

Amazing racks all around. The great success at such a young age for some of these hunters is surely a testimate to the time there parents spend with them in the field. The Black tail really caught my attention but the best story with the pictures is Adam Riehl. A true life story of someone who lived while he was dieing.

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from nickd56 wrote 5 years 15 weeks ago

Great comments from all.....that's what being a hunter is all about!

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from Hunter61 wrote 5 years 15 weeks ago

OUTDOOR LIFE
Would you please transfer any votes I receive in this contest to Adam Riehl. I'm happy with being in the top 28 and would like to help his family receive Deer Of The Year to honor his memory. Adam your welcome to hunt with me anytime.
EUGENE MANCL
WISCONSIN RADIDS, WI #13

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from fttpow wrote 5 years 15 weeks ago

All of these deer are great and worthy of Deer of the Year. There's more to making a trophy than just the score of the antlers. Adam Riehl gets my vote.

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from procraft17 wrote 5 years 15 weeks ago

#1 wins my vote for great buck and tremendous courage. I only hope to follow his example when my time comes to go through a trial like that. Speaks to the dedication of a true sportsman. Prayers to the family.

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from OB wrote 5 years 15 weeks ago

My heart & my prayers go out to Adam Riehl and his
family. Sympathies aside, my western ethic elevates
the value of any "trophy" taken by a fair chase
hunt, especially a do it yourself pack-in hunt, to
another level.
All the bucks were earned, but Thomas Fitzpatrick &
his dad went the extra mile(s). That's hunting the
hard way. Reminds me of my dad & his teachings.
Most of my trophies are memories of such hunts.

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from gotbuxnwtf wrote 5 years 15 weeks ago

alot of big deer, keep introducing kids to the outdoors!

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from Bo wrote 5 years 15 weeks ago

All of these deer are outstanding. It is great to see as many young'uns out there picking up deer hunting. These kids are the future of the sport we love. It's also nice to see the feminine side of what some people call a man's sport. Welcome ladies, you are much easier on the eyes than older guys like me. There is a reason I didn't post my picture, just the deer on my fireplace.

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from stews wrote 5 years 15 weeks ago

I THINK THIS IS A GREAT DEER. THAT HAD A TRUELY GREAT STORY BOOK ENDING FOR A TRUE HUNTER TILL THE VERY END. MY VOTE IS FOR YOU AND YOUR FAMILY.

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from handicapped hunter wrote 5 years 15 weeks ago

god these deer are huge if i seen one just one that is as big as these im telling u id properly try to get up out my wheelchair chase it instead of shoot it lol good job to all

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from scottprice wrote 5 years 15 weeks ago

Adam Riehl wins for sure. That man truely loved hunting. awesome story.

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from rrmont wrote 5 years 15 weeks ago

I congratulate all of the hunters on great deer, but I agree with MazPower #1 gets my vote!

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from MazPower wrote 5 years 15 weeks ago

Wow, all of them are great deer, but the #1 story takes the cake.

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from Hunter61 wrote 5 years 15 weeks ago

OUTDOOR LIFE
Would you please transfer any votes I receive in this contest to Adam Riehl. I'm happy with being in the top 28 and would like to help his family receive Deer Of The Year to honor his memory. Adam your welcome to hunt with me anytime.
EUGENE MANCL
WISCONSIN RADIDS, WI #13

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from OB wrote 5 years 15 weeks ago

My heart & my prayers go out to Adam Riehl and his
family. Sympathies aside, my western ethic elevates
the value of any "trophy" taken by a fair chase
hunt, especially a do it yourself pack-in hunt, to
another level.
All the bucks were earned, but Thomas Fitzpatrick &
his dad went the extra mile(s). That's hunting the
hard way. Reminds me of my dad & his teachings.
Most of my trophies are memories of such hunts.

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from Zed 58 wrote 5 years 14 weeks ago

WOW I love the public land buck that the Ludwig Brothers got! You got my Vote!!

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from Bo wrote 5 years 14 weeks ago

To Cheaters, two words. SOUR GRAPES.

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from Bo wrote 5 years 15 weeks ago

All of these deer are outstanding. It is great to see as many young'uns out there picking up deer hunting. These kids are the future of the sport we love. It's also nice to see the feminine side of what some people call a man's sport. Welcome ladies, you are much easier on the eyes than older guys like me. There is a reason I didn't post my picture, just the deer on my fireplace.

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from roger t wrote 5 years 14 weeks ago

Selby, SD Dakota has the deer of the year! The 12 yr. old hunter sets a fine example for all present & future hunters. Roger T.

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from DivineStrake wrote 5 years 14 weeks ago

Part of me doesn't want to justify "Cheaters'" comment with a response, but where do you get off making such allegations? What do you get out of attacking a kid? He won fair and sqaure within the rules set forth by OL. Besides, Adam's family ended up getting a gift cert, too, so where's the harm? You've gotta lighten up, man. Get a life.

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from headhunter wrote 5 years 14 weeks ago

Give the kid a break, I am one of the doy contestants and it was great just to get my picture in OL. Although I would have to give my vote to Kelly Gustafson for the best buck, and Adam for Hunter of the Year.
P.S. Thank you Outdoor Life

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from stews wrote 5 years 15 weeks ago

I THINK THIS IS A GREAT DEER. THAT HAD A TRUELY GREAT STORY BOOK ENDING FOR A TRUE HUNTER TILL THE VERY END. MY VOTE IS FOR YOU AND YOUR FAMILY.

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from nickd56 wrote 5 years 15 weeks ago

Great comments from all.....that's what being a hunter is all about!

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from Jizzer123 wrote 5 years 14 weeks ago

Public land? wow Zed58 is right that is impressive!

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from bachmanv wrote 5 years 14 weeks ago

Wow Dakota that is awesome!!!! Whooo hoooo!

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from korpi219 wrote 5 years 14 weeks ago

Thats a fine deer to get in the end. #1 is the best

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from lindsannjones wrote 5 years 14 weeks ago

I was Adam's fiancee and caregiver. I was the one lucky enough to be with him on this hunt and experience the accomplishment he had that day. It truly was the hunt of a lifetime for him. He passed away before finding out he had made it into the magazine, but I know he is smiling and is as proud as ever! Hunting was one of Adam's favorite things to do and something we shared in doing together. Thanks to all for your thoughts.

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from nickd56 wrote 5 years 13 weeks ago

Hat's off to the folks at Outdoor Life and Cabela's for their gift to Adam's family and the recognition of the other candidates....class act all the way guys.....

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from MazPower wrote 5 years 15 weeks ago

Wow, all of them are great deer, but the #1 story takes the cake.

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from scottprice wrote 5 years 15 weeks ago

Adam Riehl wins for sure. That man truely loved hunting. awesome story.

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from gotbuxnwtf wrote 5 years 15 weeks ago

alot of big deer, keep introducing kids to the outdoors!

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from fttpow wrote 5 years 15 weeks ago

All of these deer are great and worthy of Deer of the Year. There's more to making a trophy than just the score of the antlers. Adam Riehl gets my vote.

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from mdsulli2 wrote 5 years 15 weeks ago

Amazing racks all around. The great success at such a young age for some of these hunters is surely a testimate to the time there parents spend with them in the field. The Black tail really caught my attention but the best story with the pictures is Adam Riehl. A true life story of someone who lived while he was dieing.

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from thors21 wrote 5 years 15 weeks ago

May God bless Adam Riehls family. Proud of that young man for having the courage and strenght for going out and taking this big buck through has difficult time. However, I know the young man in photo 10. He is a great kid and puts a lot of time in looking for his deer. Way to go Dakota, hope you win!!!!

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from blackhawk wrote 5 years 15 weeks ago

OUTDOOR LIFE,

I am in complete agreement with Mr. Mancl. I am very pleased to have made it into your magazine with my deer, but wish to have any votes for me to go Mr. Riehl. I lost a friend to cancer last week and my condolences go to Mr. Riehl's family.

James Hagman
Rose Hill KS

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from Yoda wrote 5 years 14 weeks ago

Awesome photos and nice to have the little blurbs about each picture

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from Aaron Ludwig wrote 5 years 14 weeks ago

Congrats to all the lucky hunters, amazing bucks! My brother and I would like to request that all of our votes go to Adam Riehl. We certainly wish him and his family the best, you are in our prayers!

Aaron and Brant Ludwig

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from krgruba wrote 5 years 14 weeks ago

I vote for #10! Deer on the run at 200 yards, first season, age 12 - AWESOME Shot!

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from girl in the woods wrote 5 years 14 weeks ago

way to go kelly you got my vote.i think its great girls get out there in the woods.nothing better than deer hunting in the woods. wide open plains are not as challenging as waiting for the deer to come close enough and have no brush in the way to shoot.way to go girls, keep showing the boys we can keep up. GIRL POWER!!!!

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from Huntforit wrote 5 years 14 weeks ago

Congrats to the winner.

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from outdoorlife-editor wrote 5 years 13 weeks ago

There was no cheating involved in the voting process. We restricted voting to only one vote per IP address. This is by far the most fair way to hold a polling contest. Of course anyone can have their friends sign up and vote for them but that's not against the rules, nor has it ever been.

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from BDUMDIE wrote 5 years 12 weeks ago

To cheaters. That was my father that died of brain cancer at age 69 after being diagnosed only 3 months prior. It very inconsiderate that you would make those comments without knowing anything about this. Dakota is a remarkable hunter and a true sportsman. He spends more time in the outdoors than anyone I have ever meet. He is a remakeable shot. Shame on you. I hope that no one ever talks about a loved of yours like that. It doesn't make me feel very good.

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from handicapped hunter wrote 5 years 15 weeks ago

god these deer are huge if i seen one just one that is as big as these im telling u id properly try to get up out my wheelchair chase it instead of shoot it lol good job to all

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from procraft17 wrote 5 years 15 weeks ago

#1 wins my vote for great buck and tremendous courage. I only hope to follow his example when my time comes to go through a trial like that. Speaks to the dedication of a true sportsman. Prayers to the family.

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from 6phunter wrote 5 years 15 weeks ago

Words alone cannot express my respect for my fellow hunters,as they have proven to be among the best in any society. Thier willingness to give to others without putting themselves first only proves what we as sportsmen know that sharing our passions is the ultimate gift. I'm proud to be a part of this fellowship.So i cast my vote without saying as i believe it's self evident . thank you all

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from glenbob wrote 5 years 14 weeks ago

Eugene, James and the Ludwig brothers you are true sportsman to put Adam in front of you and help his family receive award.

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from skidooin wrote 5 years 14 weeks ago

please vote for my cousin joe carichner #18 for deer of the year.he takes me hunting all the time. i am 13 and he teaches me so much about hunting. my dad cant take me but joe is always asking me when i want to go again.please vote for him!!! i love hunting and i wouldnt have been able to learn without joe.

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from cjmax8@hotmail.com wrote 5 years 11 weeks ago

talk about some real monsters in this gallery, i know what was going through adam riehl's mind wether to get a shoulder or full body mount.

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from GRIPNRIP wrote 4 years 35 weeks ago

Adam Riehl gets my vote!!

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from Hunter Girl 1 wrote 3 years 40 weeks ago

Wow nice deer!

Hunter Girl 1

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from rrmont wrote 5 years 15 weeks ago

I congratulate all of the hunters on great deer, but I agree with MazPower #1 gets my vote!

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from cjohnsrud wrote 5 years 15 weeks ago

#1 is definitely my choice. Brings a damn tear to my eye.

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from handicapped hunter wrote 5 years 14 weeks ago

great deer im hoping to get big one this year im due lol i think!

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from msdthorstenson wrote 5 years 14 weeks ago

Thanks to all who voted for Dakota. I think everyone in our small town cast a vote. We'd like to dedicate his win to his grandfather Kenneth Dumdie who passed away of brain cancer 06/07/08. He was the first person to introduce Dakota into the sport he loves so much. Our thoughts are also with the family of Adam Riehl. We're so happy he won as well. Keep the kids hunting!!!

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from DivineStrake wrote 5 years 14 weeks ago

I don't really understand the argument being made by some commenters that killing a deer in the wide-open plains is a simple endeavor. Doesn't it stand to reason that the lack of trees and brush would make it difficult to get within even rifle-range of a true trophy animal, meaning one that's grown old enough to be wary of the slightest movement?

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from www.dropjhook.com wrote 5 years 9 weeks ago

Yup you all got my vote. The young ones you get 1 1/2 votes from me! thanks for the photos

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from bigwaterfowler wrote 5 years 6 days ago

#1 was a great shot for a 12 year old to make a running shot but adam riehl was the real story hes a great man since he took an elk and huge mulie befor he passed away RIP ADAM RIEHL

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from colbybabcock wrote 5 years 11 weeks ago

I say that all the deer are AWESOME

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from buckhunter wrote 4 years 6 weeks ago

number 18 gets my vote

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from hoyt1996 wrote 3 years 20 weeks ago

#1 gets my vote awesome deer

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from duck caller wrote 5 years 14 weeks ago

very nice of outdoor life to salute a fallen hunter but boo for bad sportsmen if thats true about fake log ins. i guess if you can live with it god with justify it in the end. thats whats wrong with this world. people have no conscience.maybe they are just to poor that the only to get stuff from cabelas is a 200 gift certificate they won is by lying, oh well.those people should be ashamed of themselves if that is how they won.may adam rest in peace,god bless

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from have gun will travel wrote 5 years 14 weeks ago

thats to bad people have to be like that. i voted for the deer with the nicest rack and i can say the winner did not have the nicest rack.this competition was deer of the year not who can fake log ins. im thinking it wasnt the child but had to do with parents. a parent will do what they can to brag about children.its sad that they can feel good about themselves after doing that.girl in the woods was right on about open plains isnt a fair chase.wooded hunting is the challenge.again i say the winner wasnt the best.anybody that shot there deer in the woods are the real winners.

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from cheaters wrote 5 years 14 weeks ago

everybody in a small town voted yeah right pretty bad you have to make up log in names and accounts just to win. they should check the voters registration log in and see how many are real. you are probably the same one that did it 2 years ago. what a thing to teach a child cheat to win. i also had cancer and i think you are using others cancers to make it right. shame on you.

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