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MONSTER BLACKTAIL

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Thought I would post up a pic of the Giant buck my buddy arrowed this past weekend on the B-zone opener. The beast green gross scores 157 P&Y. It would easily make Boone and Crockett but the velvet is not going to be stripped for scoring. A few measurements;26"+ mainbeam6"+ bases17" G2'skirks3x3.jpg

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:D:popcorn::rolleyes::popcorn: Holy dog poop...that's a nice one..Trinity area? Great country...I rcv'd my California Fish & Game magazine...guy killed a 4x5 that went 157 P&Y...but this 3-pt looks to have more height and mass! Congrats to your buddy!

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Here's a little insite on just how big this buck is.There are only 8 Columbian Blacktails ever recorded for Boone & Crockett that have a 26" or longer mainbeam.There are only 30 typical Blacktails ever recorded for B&C that have a 6" or heavier mass measurement.There are only 30 Typical Blacktails ever recorded for B&C as a 4x4, this includes eyeguards, that net 140" or better. This buck will easily net 145".

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any other details on shot placement and how far it went before it dropped?..I keep looking at that picture and I know I will have dreams up and until opening morning about "the big one" I will almost get...LOL

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WOW, that is a great buck. I hope to see one even half that size and would be happy.

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There's some big one's up there in the B Zones. I've seen a couple really nice ones up there but only at night. Nice buck!

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facing the picture it looks like it almost might be a 4x3 if you can hang a ring off the G3...or am is it my hunter's instinct that bucks always appear larger?

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Man, that's a great buck! :harhar1[1]:

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facing the picture it looks like it almost might be a 4x3 if you can hang a ring off the G3...or am is it my hunter's instinct that bucks always appear larger?
It actually has 3 sticker points, 2 measurable, off of the right G2 and 1 sticker off the left G2. So by measurable points it is a 5x4 plus eyeguards. Most would refer to it as a mainframe 3x3 with extras.

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It actually has 3 sticker points, 2 measurable, off of the right G2 and 1 sticker off the left G2. So by measurable points it is a 5x4 plus eyeguards. Most would refer to it as a mainframe 3x3 with extras.
Like all men, I think I always try for the bonus points!! I didn't know if I kept staring at it so long that other "stickers" were starting to grow! Haha...great by all means.

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I saw this one the night before the season opener.
backyard buck? j/k!...that's a nice one...okay, guys STOP! these pictures are making me break into a cold sweat already and I'm not going out until the 22nd!...wait...nevermind...keep sending pictures!!!! haha

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I swear that was not a backyard buck. It was right where we were hunting the night before opening. There is a reason that you leave your bow in camp while scouting. I passed up a respectable 3 pointer the next morning because of that buck. The three pointer would have been a great first bow deer, but he looked small compared to what I had seen. I'll be after the pic buck this weekend.

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That is A MONSTER buck! I would be happy just to see that monster.(Then I'd have to go kill it) :drinks: Thanks for sharing that pic.

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