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Thread: 300 Lb Buck or 200"Buck?

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    200"
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    300 pounder all day long. Whatever this buck has for headgear would be impressive enough for me.
    Hunting alone and killing a 300 would be a problem! While huge antlers are impressive, they have nothing really, to tell a story of how a buck thrived and survived in the big north woods. Take a look at those “farm deer” they look like freaks of nature...no thanks.

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    Depends on what kind of 200" buck. I don't care for the freaky non-typical racks, but a nice wide, heavy, high typical 12 point rack would be a toss up.

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    Either would be legendary in the Northeast. A 200" on the wall would be a conversation piece for a lifetime.
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    300 pounder without a doubt. Either tracked down or still hunting!

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    300 pounder if it's on top of a mountain with a down hill drag. I'll take the 200 incher if I'm down in the swamp.

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    200 "
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    300lbs...'cause inches don't equal pounds of meat..
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    Quote Originally Posted by vtbuckrulrss View Post
    300lbs...'cause inches don't equal pounds of meat..
    The average northern 200 inch deer (Odocoileus virginianus dakotensis or Odocoileus virginianus borealis) going to be almost always close to or over 200 lbs as well. Best of both worlds....
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