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Registered: July 2003
Location: The Bluegrass
Posts: 622
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Taken on public land - no more info.
· Date: Mon,November,6,2006 · Views: 41,073 · Tags: 5 ·
Rating: ********** 9.83
Keywords: Western KY Buck
State of Kill?: Nov. 2006
County of Kill?: N/A
Date of Kill?: KY
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Registered: September 2006
Location: S. Illinois
Posts: 135
Mon,November,6,2006 3:14pm Rating: 10 

That's insane! What a monster, and on public land! WOW!

Registered: October 2005
Location: Kentucky
Posts: 325
Mon,November,6,2006 4:56pm

on what public land?

Registered: December 2003
Location: KY
Posts: 102
Mon,November,6,2006 6:54pm

Someone Please post more info on this GIANT!! If he really was taken in the last six days, It was probably Fri. or Sat. Temps in the low 20's, calm winds... they were chasin' does everywhere over the weekend here in KY!


Registered: December 2004
Location: Mt. Carmel, IL
Posts: 1,329
Mon,November,6,2006 8:38pm Rating: 10 

That is unbelievable! Don't even know what to say about it!!

Registered: November 2005
Location: N.J.
Posts: 1,212
Tue,November,7,2006 4:53am Rating: 10 

That aint nothing to say Chris! wow!

Registered: March 2006
Posts: 285
Thu,November,9,2006 11:23pm

the deer was probably killed during a rifle qouta hunt this past weekend, the 4th and 5th. thats when all of the first qouta hunts were held on the wmas. what can u say about this deer. probably the most incredible typical frame to come out of ky ever. measurements appear to be very similar to the state record typical which scored 204 and 2/8. both have 15 inch g2's around 30 inch beams, what this deer slightly lacks in g3s and 4s (compared to the state record) he makes up for in mass and brow tines. probably doesnt have enough non-typical inches to beat the state record non-typical at 270 , but will still be very high 250-260 range with only 11 extra points! amazing, just hope the man enters it in the books.

Registered: December 2005
Posts: 689
Fri,November,10,2006 5:05am

I was thinking the G2's are probably making the G3's and G4's look a little smaller than they really are. Heck it looks like the G4's may be up to 10" (probably 9 plus) when you take into consideraton the size of the G2's. I have been tricked before with camera angles and all so who knows. What ever it scores, it is one of the biggest and best look bucks ever!

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Registered: November 2005
Location: Edmonson, Ky
Posts: 1,125
Tue,November,14,2006 3:29am Rating: 10 

an amish man by the name of "dan miller" killed this deer, with a muzzleloader i think, but i could be wrong. Martin Meredeth has the deer and is mounting it, the grosses somewhere between 250'' and 255'', since the man is amish he cannot be in any pictures with it, i have heard bass pro has already offered a substancial amount of money for it.

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Registered: March 2006
Posts: 285
Thu,November,16,2006 5:10am

the critter, thanks for the info. have you heard if the man will have the buck officially scored? i really hope he does, this buck deserves to be recognized as well as kentucky. looks like i was pretty close on my guess:)

Registered: November 2006
Location: Leslie county, Ky
Posts: 23
Fri,November,17,2006 11:47pm Rating: 10 

The big blue is producing some swarpers,thats what its all about big deer on public land .... thats proof you don't have to shell out big bucks for a private lease to get a bruiser. This is truly a world class deer!!!!!

Registered: April 2006
Location: Zanesville, Ohio
Posts: 2,321
Sun,September,2,2007 2:45pm Rating: 10 

Just read the story about this buck in the newest issue of north american whitetail !!


Registered: November 2006
Location: Michigan
Posts: 250
Tue,January,29,2008 4:15pm

That things is a HOG! Its got points going all over the place, but its still got that typical looking frame. Very beautiful buck! Them amish and getting all the giants! congrats!

Registered: January 2006
Location: KY
Posts: 78
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Registered: August 2009
Posts: 1
Thu,August,27,2009 8:14am Rating: 8 

Since Kentucky implemented the one buck limit per season Kentucky’s Boone & Crockett entries has taken a big jump. So noticeable that this subject has been well covered in many major rags and newsletters over the past decade. Part 1 will take a look at the Boone & Crockett Typical entries for Kentucky for the past 5 years, 2002-2007. Seventy-two counties out of the 120 counties that are in KY have entered at least one entry in the last five years.
As you can see from the above map Lewis County is still a consistent producer, but the western part of the state, specifically the Western Coalfield Region is the highest producing region in Kentucky. Butler County has been the single highest producing county for typical entries over the past five years with a total of eight entries.

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Chris Stallings

Registered: November 2004
Location: w. KY
Posts: 598
Thu,August,27,2009 12:31pm

By the way...This is the Dan Miller Buck, otherwise known as the Amish Buck, and it will be on display at HUNTIN' THE BEAST OUTDOOR EXPO. Breckinridge co. fairgrounds August 29th, 2009 hrs. 8-6 (this Sat.)

This is a great example of what KY is producing, and to also see a good example of what Indiana is producing come out to Huntin The Beast Expo to see the world Handgun Record. The Verlin Hale Buck will be here.

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