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    Default 400 # buck

    Anyone hear anything about a huge 400# buck taken in Maine ? Would like
    to see a picture if possible. Then hear everyone's take on it.

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    someone texted me the pic, and it looks real. i would believe it considering i know a guy personally who took a buck that weighed in the 330 range.
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    yep thats the same pic i was sent.
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    they are only around 200" off Looks to be some of James Jamisons keen folks
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    He's a hogg for sure. Yes it could be a computer enhanced picture - it could
    also be real. Time will tell, I think I'll save my laughter until the jury returns

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    I don't doubt a Maine deer could get that body size, but I do question the antlers.
    I remember one called the Hinkley deer from the late 60s or early 70s that was 300 or so dressed. It was in Sports Afield or Illustrated. We had that copy at camp.
    But to have antlers to match that body is a stretch I think.
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    one bridge on swamp land in AZ........any takers. .....sellin cheep

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    go to wildernesswhitetails.com this buck is the first deer in the 09 trophy gallery, from a game farm in central wisconsin, still huge, just not free range or from maine.

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    After checking out the previous site I have to say it sadens me to see what man is doing. I have to apologize to jdawg and gator eye, sorry guys you were correct in your questioning my initial post. How much you asking for that bridge

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    Quote Originally Posted by jim p. View Post
    After checking out the previous site I have to say it sadens me to see what man is doing. I have to apologize to jdawg and gator eye, sorry guys you were correct in your questioning my initial post. How much you asking for that bridge
    Well you didnt know... theres plenty of deer pics that are photoshoped and killed on them pin farms never know what your looking at..
    but..i do have a video of the largest whitetail every killed by a woman..and it went 400lbs plus killed in minisota by a woman and her husband that owned a 400acre farm they just hunt for meat and take a few deer every year off there farm had seen this buck for a few years getting bigger and bigger the husband finally seen him and got his wife to take him with her rifle...its on one of the first~monster bucks videos..there is no video of the kill only the producer visiting the farm and the woman and 3 guys standing behind this monster in a pic...the buck had like a 26inch spread scored in the 200+ range was a 10pt with 2 kickers but was huge in the horns 2 like 7&1/2 inch bases..if you get a chance you should see this pic..its real and free range..and went in the record books as the largest whitetail every recorded taken by a woman....
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    Quote Originally Posted by jim p. View Post
    He's a hogg for sure. Yes it could be a computer enhanced picture - it could
    also be real. Time will tell, I think I'll save my laughter until the jury returns
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    where can I find that video? sounds like an awesome deer

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    Here's the picture. What a hog.
    This guy is either 3ft tall or that's one huge buck.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gator eye View Post
    one bridge on swamp land in AZ........any takers. .....sellin cheep
    is there a dock on the property?
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    That same pic has been around other sites for awhile now, not sure if it's legit or not?

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    good grief ~ myth or legend quality there... wow

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    If thats real, its got to be some sort of record. I'd love to know what the rack scores.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lorenz1 View Post
    go to wildernesswhitetails.com this buck is the first deer in the 09 trophy gallery, from a game farm in central wisconsin, still huge, just not free range or from maine.
    Yep, go to this site and look at the 4th row in the "Trophy Gallery". As far a I'm concerned it's not a "real" deer.
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