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    Congrats on an absolute SLOB!!!!!!
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    Very nice.....
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    Congrats Sonny, that is a very nice deer in my book, both rack size and body!!!

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    Wow what a deerrrr
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    Thank you all. I ain't a gonna tell about the one I saw

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    Congrats! on a nice mature buck

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sonny Thomas View Post
    Thank you all. I ain't a gonna tell about the one I saw
    Aaah, come on Sonny, Tell us about the one that got away!
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    Quote Originally Posted by elkslayer4x5 View Post
    Aaah, come on Sonny, Tell us about the one that got away!
    He didn't away. I didn't have a buck tag....
    Okay, I'll tell you this.... My bow is still shaking.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sonny Thomas View Post
    He didn't away. I didn't have a buck tag....
    Okay, I'll tell you this.... My bow is still shaking.....
    More than 11 points????

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    Really couldn't count the points for looking at the antlers.....Largest rack we have scores 175 5/8"... I'd guess upwards of that really easy.... Maybe a 200. Remember them ole wooden bushel baskets? Might fit down inside his beams. Let your mind reel around that. I still am. This is twice this has happened to me. First time, me and this monster were eye ball to eye ball at about 10 yards. No buck permit and my poor ole MagnaTec got it's grip squeezed....you can still see my finger prints in the grip.
    Years back me and wife watched a buck that had a rack the size of Elk. We could only watch with binoculars, not get close to take a picture and this right off our front deck. Guy up the creek from us shot a 17 pointer was said to be a monster.

    Monsters and monsters, two different animals. The Macomb Monster, 2nd in the world for muzzle loader, scored way high, but to look at the rack, it's common size rack with a bunch of points. Takes alot to impress me.

    Wife's pick up rack, 175 5/8". About 7 miles from our house.
    Rack was cut down because it just took up too much space and this is just how massive it's beams are. Taped and clipped the tape measure and it falls down over a pop can.
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