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Giant Buck Alert: Kansas 18-Point Gross Scores 194

Giant Buck Alert: Kansas 18-Point Gross Scores 194

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from OldPhart wrote 1 year 29 weeks ago

An impressive rack in anyone's book. Congrats Aaron . . . well done!

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from Zane Taylor wrote 1 year 29 weeks ago

Nice Elk!

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from Ktrain73 wrote 1 year 29 weeks ago

Very Well Done indeed Aaron !!! You brute reminds me so much of some of our Top-Secret Trespassing Trophies that we see regularly and bag occassionally here on my own private mountain Property here in Southwest VA (Tazewell County). We jokingly refer to our Hometown Monsters as "Trespassing Trophies" being that my back fence line is roughly 36" from The VA/WV State Line & McDowell County West VA. It's understandable that you bag a monster like Aaron's in the middle of A-1 Prime Farmlands but if America's Big Buck Hunters could see WHERE our Trophies come from & WHAT they seem to thrive on....I'm willing to bet that 90% of you would be in total disbelief or scratching your head trying to make it make sense.

Actually there's no one answer why our Trespassing Trophies get so freakishly Huge-but moreso a combination of Factors that result in their existence. Genetics, hunting pressure (or lack of), Hunters who Harvest only mature bucks on a consistent basis, & Time. But what is surprisingly Universal among generation after generation of these Coalfield Bucks is Horn shape, size & color. They all seem to carry the Tall tines (13" + is common on mainframe poInts and I have taken a few with Brow times exceeding 12"), mass-with horn bases literally the thickness of a grown mans wrist and Dark, Chocolate colored Horns.

It's funny to see two or three local hunters ganged up before opening day whispering about the upcoming year's Upper Class of Trophys. Even if I'm not within hearing distance I always know when one of them is describing the big boy they are pursuing upon the dawn of opening day when I see one of them wrap their fingers around their wrist and show his crowd of excited listeners.

I would love for a top class publication dedicated to hunting & the hunter do a story sometime about our "Trespassing Trophies" and show what the Coalfields and the Backyards of the Infamous Hatfield & McCoys are currently producing in the world of Trophy Whitetails. I think many Hunters would be surprised - Virginia is For Lovers-Lovers of Big Horned Brutes!!!

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from missedit wrote 1 year 29 weeks ago

Awesome¡!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!¡!

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from missedit wrote 1 year 29 weeks ago

Awesome¡!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!¡!

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from GSUM69 wrote 1 year 29 weeks ago

I'M WITH YOU, NETS ARE FOR FISH! SEEING THE RECENT HOSE JOB ON A GREAT RACK AND THE G2'S BEING RULED NON TYPICAL MAKES ME THINK HUNTERS LIKE YOU AND OTHERS SHOULD SCORE THEIR OWN RACKS AND START A CLUB CALLED SCORED BY REAL HUNTERS. ALL MEASUREMENTS COUNT AND THE SCORE IS TRUE. GREAT DEER BY THE WAY!

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from PJ wrote 1 year 29 weeks ago

Are you taking this buck to the Monster Buck Classic in Topeka?

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from vasportsman wrote 1 year 29 weeks ago

Of course he works for Whitetail Properties, nice buck

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from Whitetail Lover1708 wrote 1 year 28 weeks ago

That is an awesome deer! Congrats!

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from carlgibbs wrote 1 year 27 weeks ago

Awesome deer congrats ...

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from BillSheive5555 wrote 10 weeks 4 days ago

Giant i wish I got one of those

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from OldPhart wrote 1 year 29 weeks ago

An impressive rack in anyone's book. Congrats Aaron . . . well done!

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from Ktrain73 wrote 1 year 29 weeks ago

Very Well Done indeed Aaron !!! You brute reminds me so much of some of our Top-Secret Trespassing Trophies that we see regularly and bag occassionally here on my own private mountain Property here in Southwest VA (Tazewell County). We jokingly refer to our Hometown Monsters as "Trespassing Trophies" being that my back fence line is roughly 36" from The VA/WV State Line & McDowell County West VA. It's understandable that you bag a monster like Aaron's in the middle of A-1 Prime Farmlands but if America's Big Buck Hunters could see WHERE our Trophies come from & WHAT they seem to thrive on....I'm willing to bet that 90% of you would be in total disbelief or scratching your head trying to make it make sense.

Actually there's no one answer why our Trespassing Trophies get so freakishly Huge-but moreso a combination of Factors that result in their existence. Genetics, hunting pressure (or lack of), Hunters who Harvest only mature bucks on a consistent basis, & Time. But what is surprisingly Universal among generation after generation of these Coalfield Bucks is Horn shape, size & color. They all seem to carry the Tall tines (13" + is common on mainframe poInts and I have taken a few with Brow times exceeding 12"), mass-with horn bases literally the thickness of a grown mans wrist and Dark, Chocolate colored Horns.

It's funny to see two or three local hunters ganged up before opening day whispering about the upcoming year's Upper Class of Trophys. Even if I'm not within hearing distance I always know when one of them is describing the big boy they are pursuing upon the dawn of opening day when I see one of them wrap their fingers around their wrist and show his crowd of excited listeners.

I would love for a top class publication dedicated to hunting & the hunter do a story sometime about our "Trespassing Trophies" and show what the Coalfields and the Backyards of the Infamous Hatfield & McCoys are currently producing in the world of Trophy Whitetails. I think many Hunters would be surprised - Virginia is For Lovers-Lovers of Big Horned Brutes!!!

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from Zane Taylor wrote 1 year 29 weeks ago

Nice Elk!

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from missedit wrote 1 year 29 weeks ago

Awesome¡!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!¡!

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from missedit wrote 1 year 29 weeks ago

Awesome¡!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!¡!

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from GSUM69 wrote 1 year 29 weeks ago

I'M WITH YOU, NETS ARE FOR FISH! SEEING THE RECENT HOSE JOB ON A GREAT RACK AND THE G2'S BEING RULED NON TYPICAL MAKES ME THINK HUNTERS LIKE YOU AND OTHERS SHOULD SCORE THEIR OWN RACKS AND START A CLUB CALLED SCORED BY REAL HUNTERS. ALL MEASUREMENTS COUNT AND THE SCORE IS TRUE. GREAT DEER BY THE WAY!

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from PJ wrote 1 year 29 weeks ago

Are you taking this buck to the Monster Buck Classic in Topeka?

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from vasportsman wrote 1 year 29 weeks ago

Of course he works for Whitetail Properties, nice buck

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from Whitetail Lover1708 wrote 1 year 28 weeks ago

That is an awesome deer! Congrats!

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from carlgibbs wrote 1 year 27 weeks ago

Awesome deer congrats ...

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from BillSheive5555 wrote 10 weeks 4 days ago

Giant i wish I got one of those

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