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Good luck Bank- I remember some of those hot days there. Look for secluded water sources with this heat too.

Keep us posted!!
 
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Nice Buck- Tell him congrats. They do grow them big there. Looks like your brother shot him when he was quartering toward him?
 

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Hey Bank- This young man arrowed this beast in Kansas recently...unfortunately after it became known this buck was harvested in the area and world record talk started, a local high fence operation came forward and indicated that they lost some deer on a transfer from one of their facilities to a new one about 10 miles away and this one and a few other deer got loose.

The story is the young man started getting pics of this buck on September 11 and just about every day until he harvested it. He had no idea is was an awol Buck until the owners recognized it as one of the deer that got away in the transfer.


Maybe you will run across one this big this week -that is free ranging- :cool:



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Photos: Is this 50-Point Buck the New World Record Whitetail? | MeatEater Hunting (themeateater.com)
 
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90 degree heat didn't stop this hunter from sitting in his blind and harvesting this Booner Kansas Buck....

 
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and another Kansas Brute-

Holden Torres’s DIY Dandy
Holden Torres with big Kansas buck

Louisiana bowhunter Holden Torres got hunting permission on a handshake—and tagged a nearly 200-inch beast. Holden Torres
When Holden Torres and his hunting buddy, Austin Bass, drew a pair of Kansas nonresident archery tags, they made the long drive from their Louisiana home to scout and obtain permission in July. That extra effort paid off in November when the pair returned to bowhunt the rut. Bass killed a 155-inch 8-point the first day and, not to be outdone, Torres answered by arrowing this 6X6 monster that green-grossed 199⅜. “I was honestly at a loss for words when I walked up to the buck,” Torres recalled. “He looked like a dinosaur. I honestly didn’t think I’d ever have a chance at a buck like that in my lifetime.” Read the full story here.
 
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