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November 08, 2007

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BuckTracker: Shed Hunting Works

TallThis photo comes to us from Moultrie County, Illinois and features hunter Joe Matheson. Joe found the sheds from this 22-point buck last spring. Fast-forward to October 29, when Mr. Matheson encountered the same toad on a farm 1-1/2 miles from where he found the dropped antlers. Unbelievable mass and character on this whitetail, especially that incredible left side. OK Buck Tracker readers….any guesses what this monster will score? It’s not a trick question, as I have no idea!


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David Boones

22 points and it looks pretty thick. It's gotta go 200

dave c

i would say 175 before deductions


I think your really close David I would guess between 190 and 210 hard to get a real good look from the picture but what a tremendous buck!


I'd say 185-200. Beautiful big buck!

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