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You wanna see a real big Whitetail?

Discussion in 'Deer and Gameheads' started by Ted B, Mar 24, 2007.

  1. Ted B

    Ted B Active Member

    I mounted this one last year.

  2. Nina Lukaszewicz

    Nina Lukaszewicz Outdoor Dreams Taxidermy

    wow, that's huge. nice mount too!!

  3. whitebuffalo

    whitebuffalo Theres no graduation day in the outdoors

    aaahhh,,, Ive seen bigger,,,,, NOT!!!. Great whitetail.
  4. George

    George The older I get, the better I was.

    Ted, you shoulda stood beside it for the picture. I know that's a big Canadian which is 3 times the size of a Texas Muy Grande, but the picture gives us no concept of how HUGE I know that deer really is. Good job on it.
  5. Dean

    Dean New Member

    It looks like about a 24" spread and about 26" beams
  6. Ted B

    Ted B Active Member

    If I'm not mistaken it went B&C, somewhere in the 190's net.
  7. giuseppe

    giuseppe New Member

    thats a scruffer buck, i pass those up, lol
  8. Wayne R

    Wayne R NRA and B&C Life Member

    Ted, that is a great buck and you did an outstanding job on the mount! Those Canadian deer are huge but would you believe this one came from Massachusetts? The deer in the center is our state record that I officially measured for B&C at 193 3/8. I'm the guy on the right of the photo and the guy in the middle mounted that deer and 140 class deer to my left.


    This deer had one main bean just over 29" and one just under. The G-3's were 1/8" shy of 14".
  9. George

    George The older I get, the better I was.

    NOW! That's a DEER. A BFD on top of it. LOL
  10. Ted B

    Ted B Active Member

    That's definately a BFD.

    I thought Kansas was known for big deer, I didn't know that Massachusetts grew them that big.

    Hey George, are you and Miss Connie coming to the WTC?

  11. Wayne R

    Wayne R NRA and B&C Life Member

    As a rule that 140 class deer is a good deer for this area but we do on occasion get something outstanding. My mistake on the G-3'S, both G-2's (one was 13 7/8) and one G-3 measured over 13" and the other G-3 just over 12". There is a photo in the B&C Trophy Watch with the hunter the day he took it with a 20 gauge slug. You will have to go to Dec.22,2003 for anyone who may be interested.

    Ted you really did do an outstanding job on that deer, very nice.
  12. Ted it looks fantastic! Massive, Frank.
  13. Ted B

    Ted B Active Member

    Here's another biggie. He goes 168 as a 5x4. If he'd been a 5x5 he'd be over 180.

    I've got a nice Muzzleloader cape for him, when he's done I'll post some finished pics

  14. TrailsEnd

    TrailsEnd Don't forget the elderly, the young and disabled

    I have a 222 net B&C nontypical though. When he's done I'll try to post a picture.
  15. Mike108

    Mike108 Guest

    That's a nice buck
  16. Big Bucks

    Big Bucks New Member

    those deer are big compared to our big dogs(deer) down here in florida there are some big ones but there nothing compared to deer up north. Colton
  17. Boomer

    Boomer New Member

    Kansas rules for big whitetail, believe me
  18. big al

    big al Guest

    Nice deer
  19. Wayne R

    Wayne R NRA and B&C Life Member

    Boomer, Kansas has some great deer! I just measured a P&Y non-typical went over 219" net.

    Weaver, What is it you are doing with these deer? Are these game farm deer?
  20. bclark71

    bclark71 New Member

    all nice bucks