There are some times when a "Record Quest" is something so much more than tine length and net score.
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Time and the calendar marches on for the 2010 deer season and Record Quest—but we're not quite done yet. While Record Quest host Andrew McKean was in Texas, I headed to Shuqualak, Mississippi with the hope of scoring on one of the Magnolia State's top-end whitetails. What I got, however, was so much more than that. This was truly an extraordinary Record Quest about extraordinary people, families and friends. It was about coming to the realization that everyone's definition of "Record Quest" is different and oftentimes that definition can't be counted in inches of antler.
If you've never heard of Shuqualak, don't feel bad because I hadn't either until friends Marc Amos and Devlin Roussel told me back in July that they were in the process of drawing up the papers on a new deer lease. Shuqualak (pronounced "Sugar-Lock") is a town in Noxubee County, Mississippi, with a population of about 600.