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December 11, 2008

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Another Mystery Buck

Stop the presses! I just received this image from some of my good
friends from Kansas and although this buck isn't a new world record, it
definitely is a whopper. Here's the word from some of my contacts in Kansas.

They tell me that the hunter who shot the buck is a high school football
coach and not a big hunter. The buck was shot adjacent to some land my
buddies hunt near Lawrence and one of the early rumors is that it scores
nearly 250 points.

I can't verify that right now, but I'm working on it. All I can verify is
that it truly is a monster buck with three long drop tines and a right side
that resembles the whale tail on a huge bull elk at the end of the buck's
main beam. That left drop tine is a jaw dropper as well.

If you have any information on this buck, its score or the real scoop, let
me know. For now this is one of those bucks that has it all and then some.—Mark KayserATT00027


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I wonder how he managed to bed down and sleep, the drop tine must of acted as a kick stand. He is truly a monster of a Franken-tine.


i've seen it on another site and the story says it was taken in iowa over the past shotgun season.