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Git Er Done Buck, Mike Vangilder - 3
2009 Bow Season Last season he hunted the same basic area, and had some serious situations develope with a few big bucks. He took no guff this year and ended it all early with a really nice trophy. You will have to ask him to tell you the other storys. They are intense...
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2007 Duane Gleason
Duane C. Gleason says: 'Dave
His main beams measured 22 1/2 inches and 22 5/8. Needless to say, I am proud of this deer. I heard a guy on the outdoor channel the other day say that harvesting his buck on the last day of a hard week made the hunt that much more satisfying. I could not agree with him more. I feel very fortunate to have connected on the first week of hunting. The good Lord saw fit to let our paths cross and also let me keep it together long enough to put the prefect shot on this great buck. He flinched just a little; trotted about 25 yards, and then collapsed within view. I need to mention that once he hit the ground, I had to sit down for about 15 minutes to compose myself. I even enjoyed the three hours it took me to get him out, nuts huh? This old guy got a great workout that day.
One common comment I got from my friends was, I cant believe a buck can grow a rack like that living in the mountains. That is what can happen when you let them grow up!
I did cape him out for a shoulder mount. When the taxidermist, (20 year vet), measured him for a form, he told me that this particular deer had very impressive neck measurements. Right behind the ear, he measured 20.5 inches around, ( compared to a local 10 pointer that he had on hand which measured 17.5 inches) three inches lower, he measure 25.5 inches.
I want to personally thank you for the help that you gave me in familiarizing me with the terrain, and the unusual habits of these true mountain monarchs. As I mentioned to you earlier, I also appreciate your honesty in what I could expect from this hunt. That included the rugged mountain terrain, the low deer numbers per squared mile, and yes, an awesome potential for running into the deer that all of us bowhunters dream of.
I will be hunting with you again this fall stay tuned
Duane C. Gleason
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