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just thought i would share.  this buck was shot the last weekend of muzzleloader in minnesota on public land.  he scored 145 1/8

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sorrry guys i guess i dont know how to post a pic on here
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There you go, nice buck!
 
 
 
 
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VERY nice. Yet another "Big Ten" buck.....Rudolph  
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Nice buck, darthballs!  Good job!
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Good job, darthballs!!
 
You should have put some shoes in front of your knees like Tim Conway!!!  Embarrased    HA!
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Good one, and with a musket!
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Very nice buck !!
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Originally posted by Ed Connelly Ed Connelly wrote:

Good job, darthballs!!
 
You should have put some shoes in front of your knees like Tim Conway!!!  Embarrased    HA!
 
 DORF!  
    That was pretty funny stuff.
 Tim Conway and Harvey Korman actually did a deer hunting "instructional" video a long time ago.  It was classic Tim Conway and Harvey Korman. My kids loved it!
 
 Real fine buck, Darthballs!
 Great photo, too.  I like the old farm buildings in the background. Do you happen to know what they were used for?


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thanks to all who replied.  Ronk,  the old building to the right is a chicken coop that was built in the 50's.  back in the day when my parents bought this farm we used it every year to raise about 100 chickens every year.  the block buiulding was built in the 70's and is used as a garage and storage now but looked like it was hog pens before we bought the farm.  the little one i'm sure u can guess what that is and yes,  my wife thinks i'm crazy but in the fall that is my perch of choice when the time arrises.  i can cover most of the alfalfa field that is in front of it and have shot now 2 deer from that outhouse,  one with my pants down!  lol.   i love that old homestead,  the house isnt much now but in the 17 years i have hunted taht farm (my entire hunting life) i have taken over 50 deer and 12 bucks grossing over 140 inches (and missed many more).   i have sat on the same stand opening morning for the last 15 years and hope to do it for another 50 if i'm lucky.  not bad for a little 72 acre hobby farm my mom bought for 29,000 in 1983.  of course i got an even better deal than she didBig%20Grin

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Originally posted by darthballs darthballs wrote:

thanks to all who replied.  Ronk,  the old building to the right is a chicken coop that was built in the 50's.  back in the day when my parents bought this farm we used it every year to raise about 100 chickens every year.  the block buiulding was built in the 70's and is used as a garage and storage now but looked like it was hog pens before we bought the farm.  the little one i'm sure u can guess what that is and yes,  my wife thinks i'm crazy but in the fall that is my perch of choice when the time arrises.  i can cover most of the alfalfa field that is in front of it and have shot now 2 deer from that outhouse,  one with my pants down!  lol.   i love that old homestead,  the house isnt much now but in the 17 years i have hunted taht farm (my entire hunting life) i have taken over 50 deer and 12 bucks grossing over 140 inches (and missed many more).   i have sat on the same stand opening morning for the last 15 years and hope to do it for another 50 if i'm lucky.  not bad for a little 72 acre hobby farm my mom bought for 29,000 in 1983.  of course i got an even better deal than she didBig%20Grin

 I KNEW there was a lot more to that photo than you with a very nice buck!
Thanks again for sharing that!    Cool
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very nice buck, Im guessing he is going on the wall
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thats one of them big northern mn bucks, i assume its a cass county buck??? he's a dandy for sure
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cool stuff--thanks and congrats on a dandy
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and to think there is a generation that exists in this country that has no idea about farmsteads, hunting etc.  take one make one!
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Need to give mom props for such a good buy. 12 first class whitetail hunts at 3500 each
thats a lot of savings for you. Good luck on the next big buck. the out house is great. we use port-a-potys after sanitizing of course the are excelent and very warm with a little buddy heater.
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