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    Quote Originally Posted by hunt4duck View Post
    Unfortunately he's a private land deer and will probably never see hunter orange, but it's awesome to see one like that. He is Douglas County Colorado deer. Just wanted to share to help get us pumped up.
    Dang! Oh and it worked!!

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    Gotta admit, it worked! Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by mnhoundman View Post
    Dang! Oh and it worked!!
    Yep, sure did.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hunt4duck View Post
    Unfortunately he's a private land deer and will probably never see hunter orange, but it's awesome to see one like that. He is Douglas County Colorado deer. Just wanted to share to help get us pumped up.
    Seem that's usually the case. The big ones seem to know what areas are safe. Sure is an incredible buck!

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    When I found out my dentist lived in the area I asked what kind of land he had. He laughed at me.

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    That's a great mule deer! I don't think your far off with that 200" guess

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    What a pig of a buck! Man talk about drooling!!
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    I think you'd be utterly shocked if you laid hands on that buck. Though we don't have enough to go on, if that buck's left antler is anything like it's right, you might be looking at a 220+ buck.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Umpqua Hunter View Post
    I think you'd be utterly shocked if you laid hands on that buck. Though we don't have enough to go on, if that buck's left antler is anything like it's right, you might be looking at a 220+ buck.
    ^^^^^What he said! Wow that's a nice buck!

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    I have no trouble with you calling it a 200 incher. He's likely all of that.
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