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Wisconsin's trophies

Trapp

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Please post your Wisconsin trophies. This includes all game animals. Pictures can be yours, your families or your friends.


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this is not my best but it was good enough for the last saturday of gun season. both brow tines were broken off. it is shown by a young hunting buddy of mine. next year she gets to start hunting.
 

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capted

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Here is a dandy buck that I arrowed the 3rd day of the Wisconsin Archery season. Hope that the picture turns out - this is my first post with photos. I also have a great picture of this deer in velvet on August 30, 2003. If this picture turns out I will post the other picture too.
 

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Got this bad boy with one shot at a range of 300 yards with my 30-06. It grossed 176 B&C points and is a 12-pointer. I think it field dressed at about 250 lb. My biggest buck to date and taken in Wisconsin. Very symmetrical. I had hunted this buck for the 2 seasons prior and and never seen it prior to me shooting it. I just went by the info my hunting partners told me about a large, high-tined buck in the area. Persistence and letting numerous smaller bucks go by paid off. My heart rate probably tripled when I first saw the buck about 5 minutes prior to him getting in a good position for a shot. If you can't get excited about seeing a big buck, I guess you shouldn't be out there. I'm glad I had the 5 minutes of time to calm down and get steady for the shot. Ran 20 yards and dropped dead.

2nd picture is the same deer plus a 145 gross B&C 10-pointer taken 9 years prior both hanging on my trophy wall. I am a good shot and a good hunter, but luck plays so much a part in getting big boys like these.




 


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