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  • Buckshott00
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    I'm going to eat my hat from jealousy over here.

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  • PigHunter
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    Originally posted by PigHunter View Post
    Very nice bucks! I miss hunting in Kentucky - divorced out of the family so it would have been awkward to continue hunting the in-law's farm near Hopkinsville. Our Central Alabama deer are not as large, our season is longer but our deer are more wary and hide in thicker undergrowth.

    Is that a Confederate flag draped in the corner of your room?
    Ah, now I see the photo. The resolution isn't quiet enough to make out details but that's a good one to have on the wall. I only hunted private land in Kentucky. That old farm was where I shot my first buck, my largest buck, and made my longest shot - all with a .308 Remington 788. That's also where I killed my first buck with a handgun - a Ruger Vaquero in .45 Colt. Kentucky is a beautiful State and good folks live there.

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  • Gary Devine
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    Originally posted by 6phunter View Post
    I never took a quality buck until 25 seasons had past,the difference I believe is when I became a serious bow hunter,although only a few of these bucks were harvested by bow the rewards are evident of the focus bowhunting requires. I have never shown these pictures before out of respect for the Whitetail,I prefer not to be seen as boastful.I think the natural beauty of these animals are an art form that I had decided to share.
    6PH, no need to apologize for posting these awesome bucks. I requested to see your mounts. Thanks again. ? I am glad to see you "wear the pants in the house" a quote my Ralph Kramdon (Jackie Gleason) on the old Honeymooners. Many hunters have their trophy mounts in their sheds, their garage or their unfinished basement. +1 for the pants ?LOL

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  • 6phunter
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    I never took a quality buck until 25 seasons had past,the difference I believe is when I became a serious bow hunter,although only a few of these bucks were harvested by bow the rewards are evident of the focus bowhunting requires. I have never shown these pictures before out of respect for the Whitetail,I prefer not to be seen as boastful.I think the natural beauty of these animals are an art form that I had decided to share.

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  • 6phunter
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    Originally posted by bowhunter75richard View Post
    I must say 6p, that is one fine collection of bone. I do not believe I have ever seen that many excellent bucks taken by one hunter ! Now if you will just give us mere mortals the location of these hunting places (just so we know these were not collected at yard sales you understand) we will be forever grateful and be most honored to call you SIR from now on !! And, you can trust each and every one of us, we will tell nobody else, we will be as stingy as you for not telling us already ! I must say I am most impressed, congrats !
    Yes sir,Gary all Kentucky bucks,I hunted out of state for pheasants and quail years ago raising and selling birddogs but not deer,there wasn't, any reason . There are no pictures of all the botched bucks ,I have a folder of bucks taken by friends on hunts I was on,and another of my son that started at 9 years old.

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  • 6phunter
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    Originally posted by PigHunter View Post
    Very nice bucks! I miss hunting in Kentucky - divorced out of the family so it would have been awkward to continue hunting the in-law's farm near Hopkinsville. Our Central Alabama deer are not as large, our season is longer but our deer are more wary and hide in thicker undergrowth.

    Is that a Confederate flag draped in the corner of your room?
    I hunted on Ft.Campbell a few times ,good hunting there but I never scored there,a lot of rules there so we gave it up.

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  • 6phunter
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    Originally posted by PigHunter View Post
    Very nice bucks! I miss hunting in Kentucky - divorced out of the family so it would have been awkward to continue hunting the in-law's farm near Hopkinsville. Our Central Alabama deer are not as large, our season is longer but our deer are more wary and hide in thicker undergrowth.

    Is that a Confederate flag draped in the corner of your room?
    Good eye Pighunter,also you can see a teenager me and a childhood pal in a frame picture we doubled up on a pair of young bucks,I,m on the left

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  • PigHunter
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    Very nice bucks! I miss hunting in Kentucky - divorced out of the family so it would have been awkward to continue hunting the in-law's farm near Hopkinsville. Our Central Alabama deer are not as large, our season is longer but our deer are more wary and hide in thicker undergrowth.

    Is that a Confederate flag draped in the corner of your room?

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  • Gary Devine
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    Nice bucks. Thanks for sharing. ? Are they all Kentucky bucks? Did you ever hunt out-of-state?
    Some of those mounts look like northern size bucks?
    BTW, Jersey bucks don't get big like your bucks. Reason being hunting pressure, genes, many vehicle collisions and lack of food in the northern mountains or the southern pine barrens.

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  • 6phunter
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    Originally posted by bowhunter75richard View Post
    I must say 6p, that is one fine collection of bone. I do not believe I have ever seen that many excellent bucks taken by one hunter ! Now if you will just give us mere mortals the location of these hunting places (just so we know these were not collected at yard sales you understand) we will be forever grateful and be most honored to call you SIR from now on !! And, you can trust each and every one of us, we will tell nobody else, we will be as stingy as you for not telling us already ! I must say I am most impressed, congrats !
    Ty BH Richard,most western Kentucky border,near Ohio river From Cincinnati to Paducah K.y Lots of days I never seen a flag.Perseverance is the answer. And time,53years

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  • 6phunter
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    Originally posted by 6phunter View Post
    Here you go
    No sir,not always,some were last daybucks,,some new equipment bucks and some just in the wrong place at the wrong time ,lol

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  • bowhunter75richard
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    I must say 6p, that is one fine collection of bone. I do not believe I have ever seen that many excellent bucks taken by one hunter ! Now if you will just give us mere mortals the location of these hunting places (just so we know these were not collected at yard sales you understand) we will be forever grateful and be most honored to call you SIR from now on !! And, you can trust each and every one of us, we will tell nobody else, we will be as stingy as you for not telling us already ! I must say I am most impressed, congrats !

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  • fitch270
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    Originally posted by 6phunter View Post
    Here you go
    Looks like they didn't always get a pass on that bottom photo .

    Some very fine deer sir. We don't grow them anywhere near that size around here, but it's all relative anyway.

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  • Treestand
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    Originally posted by dewman View Post
    Fine animals 6pt. Those brows on number 2 are unbelievable. Question: Do you use trail cam footage to decide where you'll hunt day to day? Also guessing you're a younger guy, at least under 40 anyway.
    I've bean down that road;-((

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  • 6phunter
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    I got a pretty good one at the taxidermist now,typical 8 ,w4 stickers , heavy rack ,4 and half inches between G3 g4' probably be awhile before it's back, I think mine,S # was 173

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