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    Thanks Guys!! Ya I was fortunate enough to glass him workin a hill side by a large cut and was able to drop back get ahead of him enough to set up and wait and was able to get a shot off. Definatly a buck of a life time never thot I would harvest a record book animal let alone a coues deer at that.

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    Thats a toad for sure...........good job.

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    Wow... What a stud Coues... Congrats!
    "This is A Way of Life"

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    Congrats on a great buck, on the New Mexico forum I posted pics of a big coues head that i found in the Gila Wilderness that would go 113" with his missing browtine!!!! Check it out!

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    That's a super buck! Congrats!

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    What a stud! Congrats

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    That's a toad...which unit?

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    Solid Coues! Especially impressive with a bow!

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    Congrats, Shaun, that's a monster!
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    what is boone and crockett minimum?

    looks awesome!

    was that during a gun season? or bow only season?

 

 

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