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    First sit of the season and my dad lands his personal record buck 285lbs. Took us 4 hours to pull him through 500m of corn. Never worked so hard to help pull a deer. Didn't score him yet but he looks about 130". 10 point with two split brow tines. Taken with scorpyd nemesis at 30 yards.

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    Wow, big Deer for sure.
    Beautiful rack also, congrats.
    "Only dead fish go with the flow."
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    Congratulations! That's one big boy!

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    Wow! Congratulations! That is the fattest deer I have ever seen. Well done.
    You did not gut it before dragging it back?

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    congrats thats a monster

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    Aren't those Otter Sleds the cats butt for that job...however snow does make it easier HaHa.

    Excellent kill..a trophy indeed !!
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    That’s a great looking deer. Congrats.

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    Wow, great looking buck.

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    Congrats on a great deer

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    Congratulations to your dad on a great deer. Just to confirm that the weight is field dressed?
    A true sportsman counts his achievements in proportion to the effort involved and the fairness of the sport. - S. Pope

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