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......roaming the wilds of PA as we speak? I am referring to a typical state record beating Fritz Janowsky's current mark of 189?
 

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mdmlm said:
beaver county could be holding 1 maybe 2 on the steep hillsides above the rivers.
i was going to say beaver county....that is where i am from and have probably seen one or two bucks that would have beat 189 if it wasnt for deductions while spotting and scouting....of course they were in areas very near housing plans where you couldnt hunt them legally. who knows what those river banks hold as that is one place i have never spent much time getting to know. i would like to though.
 

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Letterkenny Army Depot, Franklin Co. Referred to as the "coke can buck". Oh wait. "Typical buck?" Coke can buck is state record non-typical. His bases are bigger than a coke can. Hence the name.
 

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Its hard to believe that our state record was in 1943. With how serious trophy hunting is today, all the posted ground, and guys managing their land, you think it would have been broken by now.
 
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