How much did the biggest deer you shot
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re: How much did the biggest deer you shot
Posted by Nascar Fan on 12/8 at 2:04 am to Tiger 79
285 lbs. Killed on Beouf WMA & was weighted on 300lb scales.


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Posted by TideHater on 12/8 at 8:17 am to Tiger 79
191 lbs field dressed. Shot it in Harrison County Indiana. Left antler had five nice ones....Right antler missing.


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Posted by BayouKR4 on 12/8 at 8:46 am to ZacAttack
Haha not to my knowledge. He was an older deer, and his horns weren't pretty. We get a few over 225 every year. I think the record at our camp is 250-260.


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Posted by cchoque93 on 12/8 at 8:56 am to Tiger 79
10pt 238 lbs
10pt 243 lbs
8pt 180 lbs, killed at end of season. Was rutted out



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Posted by Raz4back on 12/8 at 9:49 am to SmackoverHawg
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We have other land leased. Those deer are all less than 150. Don't know that I've killed one bigger than 160-170 elsewhere in S.Ark.


That's about what our deer weigh. I killed a 165lb doe last year and that's the heaviest deer I've killed. Where I hunt a buck is lucky to make it to 3.5 years old. That keeps them in the 130-150lb range.



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