Post by boonechaser on Feb 11, 2013 14:17:59 GMT -5
Ok I been seeing pic's and reading stories on facebook and other hunting sites about a 309" non typical killed in Huntington County Indiana during 2012 shotgun season that will be a new Indiana State record and a No 3 all time non typical supposed to allready be Boone and Crockett scored. So is this LEGIT or a BS.
Post by bowhunterjohn on Feb 11, 2013 17:29:04 GMT -5
No pictures ? dang... LOL
that is cool, can't wait to see the pics
I know there was an Retired FW Police officer that walked the Welker Road a few times a week. He hunts out that way and told me he shot a big one with his handgun one year.
Love big non-typicals. We had one at the Miami county farm years ago, supposedly he was found dead , teeth wore down and still scored almost 200" , that could be legend but I did see it alive one year, albeit late January,he was a brute
Killing a deer like that is great, but sometimes a guy has to think if it's really worth it with all the nay sayers that it will surely bring out. Congratulation to this guy that took him in Hoosierland. I never doubted that Indiana held this caliber of deer even with our states so called "screwed" up management plan.