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Takedown
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Wow, Gerardo,
What a hoss of a buck. I didn't realize that bucks got that heavy in Mexico, how much did he weigh?? I see Texas Bucks in photos and none have looked near that heavy. Nice trophy, I am jealouse with envy!
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Love the before and after photos! Nice shoot'n!

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kadbow
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That is a great first trad deer. Congrats!

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joe ashton
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nice deer. good job!

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Gerardo
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I didn`t weigh him , but the rut is not yet here and they are very fat

Joe Ashton: thank you for your comments same to you , both your deer are great I believe does mulies are hard to bow hunt

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Gerardo Rodriguez

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Mechslasher
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sweet buck! the only downside to shooting a buck like that for your first is what do you shoot next to top it? i sold a super mag 48 to someone in monterrey, mexico back in the summer.

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Congrats Sir!!!!!

Are you sure he was just an 8 point?....looks like a 9 to me.

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Gerardo
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well you can call him a 9 point with the little point on the main beam, thanks terry

we are a few trad shooters here in mty probably going to see your super mag in a shoot

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Gerardo Rodriguez

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Ybuck
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Holy smokes! Great buck, congratulations!

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Un ciervo grande! Congrats [thumbsup]

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3blades
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Very nice Buck indeed! Nice shot too.

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Flatstick
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Great buck Congrats [thumbsup] [thumbsup]

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congrats on a great buck and your traditional deer! A great photo and the shot on the same day!
where were you hunting. The country scene is beautiful

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Congrat;That`s a hunt you`ll remember all your life!I would haved love to see how you did feel when you did harvested your trophy!nice pictures!
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Gerardo
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These is in the north part of Monterrey.

Monterrey is one of the largest industrial citites in Mexico.

Being 2 hrs drive to Laredo, Texas

It is basically the same south texas country

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Gerardo Rodriguez

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