Delanah Selm

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By 9 years ago

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What may be the biggest whitetail deer ever harvested by a hunter was taken August 25 at the Apple Creek Whitetail Ranch in Gillett, Wisconsin. The 4 1/2-year-old buck was shot by Apple Creek’s owner, Scott Follett, and green scored 547 inches. There is a 60-day drying period required before the buck can get a certified score, but it is looking very much like it will be the next world record. After the required 60-day drying period, the buck will go down in the books with a certified score of 610 2/8.

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Derek Taussig

Derek Taussig

Farm deer not a challenge but b/a looking buck.
michael Smalley    111

michael Smalley 111

how can it be a world record on a ranch with high fences
michael Smalley    111

michael Smalley 111

i know its sci so what are they going to score next cattle they are raised the same way in a fence hand fed and vets giving them shots so what is sci
Dalton Fanning

Dalton Fanning

Serious dude! Why post that and how could you kill your pet......
Nick Doneen

Nick Doneen

agreed, nice of people to post pet killing, cool deer though
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