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September 25, 2006

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Potential Record Elk: New Mexico man arrows huge 6x6 bull

P2_h_fea_elk_nm_clark1largeAlbuquerque outdoor sports shop owner Bill Clark was bummed when failed to draw and elk tag in either his first- or second-choice New Mexico game units. His third choice, he says, probably has “more rattlesnakes that elk,” according to this ESPN article. But he went there just the same—and was anything but disappointed when he walked up to the giant bull he arrowed with his recurve bow from a mere 10 yards. With a green score of 411-1/8 SCI, it has a great shot at breaking the current archery state record. Here’s the full story.

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