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    That's a giant
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    tough one, if pick up should be included. but the biggest is the biggest.

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    They should list them and their score in the BC book... but not number them I feel...

    They should # the biggest in order that were legally hunted.


    ie...

    1. 205"
    * 204" found...
    2. 200"

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    I will be the odd man out and disagree. I think that picked up dead heads should be scored in the record books and ranked against hunted animals. I have alot of respect for mature animals that live their whole lives without being killed by hunters or guides. Their ability to survive shows their character, toughness, and tenacity and being in the record books gives them the credit they are due.

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    The B & C club is for honoring the animal, while the P & Y club is focused more on the hunter. I think we need to keep these deadheads in the books, mostly because they remind us what nature is able to produce if given enough time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HuskyMusky View Post
    They should list them and their score in the BC book... but not number them I feel...

    They should # the biggest in order that were legally hunted.


    ie...

    1. 205"
    * 204" found...
    2. 200"
    I agree with this....something like when Roger Maris broke Babe Ruth's HR record. 61*
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    That guy is huge to say the least and I think he should be honored in the book. The biggest is the biggest no matter how the animal died.
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    could you imagine some of the animals that have died and never been found. stuff dreams are made of.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tim View Post
    could you imagine some of the animals that have died and never been found. stuff dreams are made of.
    I bet there are alot. Im sure there are some monsters that were left in the field or thrown away years ago before most people saved horns too.
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