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Pending WV State Record
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Registered: January 2004
Location: Mountains of Southern West Virginia
Posts: 56
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I have very little info on this buck, this pic has been making its way across the Southern counties of West Virginia alot recently, it was killed during the last week of bow season near New Richmond(I think), many hunters are confident this buck surpasses the current state record of 185 B&C.
· Date: Sat,February,7,2004 · Views: 15,812 ·
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Keywords: Pending WV State Record
State of Kill?: WV
County of Kill?: Wyoming
Date of Kill?: Late December
Number of Points?: 14
B&C or P&Y Score?: 190+ B&C
Field Dress Weight?: ????????
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Registered: January 2004
Location: so. IL
Posts: 708
Sun,February,8,2004 12:27am

It's a Great Buck but looks like heavy deductions on the score.
dave scullion

Registered: January 2004
Location: carnegie pa
Posts: 17
Sun,February,8,2004 3:48am

Nice Buck!!!! Hope to see his twin under my stand?

Registered: February 2004
Location: Barboursville, WV
Posts: 78
Tue,February,10,2004 3:37pm Rating: 10 

Great buck..However this deer is not close to being the new state record for several reasons. It was killed with a bow in Wyoming County on Dec 27, 2003. It scored around 198 P&Y as a non-typical. The state record for a non-typical bow kill is 212 1/8 by Jerry Hill also in Wyoming County. I am not taking anything away from this magnificant buck, however it should end up second all-time as a WV non-typical bow kill.

Registered: January 2004
Location: Mountains of Southern West Virginia
Posts: 56
Sat,March,27,2004 2:44am

this buck ended up #3 in the state record books as a non-typical bow kill

Registered: January 2004
Location: Beaver County, PA
Posts: 266
Sat,March,27,2004 3:55am

Great Buck!!!!

Registered: February 2004
Location: edinboro
Posts: 15
Mon,April,5,2004 5:06pm Rating: 10 

This is a funny question, but what brand of arrows are you shooting?
Great buck too.
Mike Bombardiere

Registered: March 2004
Location: Columbus, Indiana
Posts: 653
Wed,September,22,2004 12:35am Rating: 10 

Awsome mountain state buck. Greg S.(palser64)this is another reason why my brother and I hunt in Wyoming county.

Registered: October 2004
Location: ohio
Posts: 1,197
Sat,January,15,2005 7:42pm Rating: 10 

i dont see why its a non-typical

Registered: October 2004
Location: north carolina
Posts: 22
Wed,January,19,2005 3:01pm Rating: 10 

i think the only thing non typical is the split g-2 but i would think they would still score it as a typical at least i would!!!!! Great dear either way

Registered: January 2004
Location: Mountains of Southern West Virginia
Posts: 56
Wed,January,19,2005 4:24pm

It`s hard to see in this pic, but the G2`s on the left and right antlers are split, I`m sure it was scored both ways, but since there are not alot of non-typicals killed around here, the non-typical score, though it might have been lower than the typical score, still would have done better in the books.

Registered: January 2005
Location: Glen Burnie MD
Posts: 2
Thu,January,20,2005 2:43am

Thats one big dam deer. What did it weigh and what was the final dry score. I aint never seen a deer that big in WV.

Registered: November 2006
Location: Michigan
Posts: 306
Sun,November,5,2006 12:01am Rating: 10 

o my goodness, i cannot belive the height on that rack

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