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Discussion in 'Deer Hunting' started by Gordhawk, Dec 13, 2007.
Here are a few pictures of a Black Powder buck taken in Iowa.
that is huge! Wish i could see him in the woods
Words elude me ,all I can say is wow!!
Glenn I never saw nothing like that....is that a record? I don't have enough sled ta pull that one out. Looks to be close in size to a small elk. Got anymore info?
Glenn, I hope your going to have that mounted. Is that some sort of record in your state?
all i can say is WOW
OMG!!!! That is huge,tell us what ya know about that beast.
OUTSTANDING!!! That's what dreams are made of.
hoooooly smokes.........:crazy::crazy: job well done. cograts to ya on the harvest very nice ,thanx's for share'n . ( them bragg'n rights right there :cool2: )
Let me make this clear,I did not shoot this buck! I wish I could say I did but I would be lying. This picture was sent to me by my cousin in an email. Seems like some of you thought I had shot this buck,oh how I wish that was true,unfortunately I can't take credit for something I didn't do.
I think I'd let that one walk. Not quite big enough to be a shooter. YEA RIGHT!!
What part of the state did he come from? The trees and scrub look like the Western part.
I can't tell you where this buck was taken at as these pictures were sent to me in an email attachment.
I think that Senator Mitchell should look into those bruisers. Did they have needle marks in their hind quarters?:wink: Seriously, those are some incredible deer. Thanks for sharing the pics.
Corn power there ..........:wink:
Man I wish thay had deer like that here.
John from what I have read on this deer it came from Monroe county. It was shot by hunting guide Steve Hanson. The deer green scored at 212.
That is South Central. One tier up from Missouri.
Thats a nice one to say the least.oooh:
man O man thats a monster. i would have had to pick my chin up off the ground before i was able to shoot that thing.:crazy: thanks for sharing the pics