blank By: manager Date Uploaded: March 16, 2009 Description: Gallery: Harvested Mule Deer 16 Comments Guest March 16th, 2009 213 7/8 gross 195 0/8 net Scored by California Bowmen Hunters Claifornia Archery state record non typical D5 over the counter public land DIY Log in to Reply Guest May 20th, 2009 Just a toad pal….. Log in to Reply Guest May 22nd, 2009 That’s a taxidermy mount… Log in to Reply Guest May 24th, 2009 Yes it is. The field photos were on my camera during the "pack out" and got lost in transit somewhere. It was over 95 degrees when i finally got the deer back to the truck so i didnt have time to go back and look for the camera. I had to get the meat to a locker and get it cooled down. I went back up the next day but had no luck finding it. Some lucky hunter probably found it and looked at the pics and is hunting my honey hole now. It was probably Ike 🙂 Log in to Reply Guest July 9th, 2009 213 its a nice deer but it aint that big you come to montana i have a friend who shot a 223 3/8 gross non typical Log in to Reply Guest July 21st, 2009 Thats a monster of a muley..Congrats..DIY All the way Log in to Reply Guest July 22nd, 2009 Montana, your right its not "that big" compared to arizona, nevada, utah, and many other states….. Obviously you didnt read this is a California Deer….. Log in to Reply Guest July 23rd, 2009 i live in utah and have seen some big bucks, i dont care who you are, thats a big mature monster buck. Nice shootn tex. congrats! Log in to Reply Guest July 26th, 2009 I have a friend?? Nice montana! Who cares! We all know someone who has shot a monster! Give credit where credit is due! Nice shooting man, thats a toad anywhere- Log in to Reply Guest August 18th, 2009 Your story in the california game and fish magazine said you shot that buck at the 6300′ ft level in d3! hard to figure it would of been 95 degrees. there seems to be some conflict in your stories. Log in to Reply Guest September 13th, 2009 I read the article and dont see anywhere where it says it was 95 degrees someoen please tell me if im wrong. I think people just get jealous and look for reasons not to accept the fact that someone is either a better hunter or a bit luckier. I think this guy must know what he’s doing and have a lot of luck on his side. Here’s the Article, it may say the typical he shot was at 95 degrees but not this deer. http://www.californiagameandfish.com/hunting/bowhunting-hunting/CA_0609_02/index2.html Log in to Reply Guest September 13th, 2009 I guess i should’ve been more specific. I was not driving my truck on the hunt I was parked in Auburn and riding with a friend who lives off of hwy 49. When we got the deer back to "My" truck it was around 95. seems like people are always looking to discredit other people. Log in to Reply Guest November 22nd, 2009 "….D5 over the counter public land DIY" How about changing it to "….ebay over the internet, public domain with a willing seller" Log in to Reply Guest May 12th, 2010 dude you can tell that is mounted you dont have to lie i mean yeah thats a very nice buck but its mounted hahahahahahaha so you dont have to have your bow with you??? Log in to Reply Guest May 17th, 2010 great buck! it also makes you feel more acomplished thatyou took this nice buck with your bow Log in to Reply Guest May 30th, 2010 he is even wearing a release hahahahaha!!! Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.