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The offical "Show us your racks" thread.

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pioneerhog:

Deer racks that is, for you Tavern folks, and any other hunting pics you might have. 

hogbalz:

I will repost here.

hogbalz:

again

hogbalz:

again all came of our land in Sharp County.

RaZoRtUsK:

12pt on a main frame 10.

Killed in Hot Spring Co. .243 cal. in 2004

Scored 153 gross

hogbalz:


--- Quote from: RaZoRtUsK on May 10, 2006, 09:40:30 am ---12pt on a main frame 10.

Killed in Hot Spring Co. .243 cal. in 2004

Scored 153 gross

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Razortusk that is one fine deer.

southeasthog:

A couple of my bow kills. The turkey weighed 18 pounds with an 9 1/4 inch beard. Shot him at ten steps.

mr4pt:

Here's a decent 8 pt I stuck last year...



hogfankb:


My dad has recently moved to south Arkansas to help my grandfather out. Being the avid hunter/fisherman he is he has put up one of those night camera things in the back yard. When I see him next weekend I will post some unbelievable pictures from about 20 feet our his back porch.

Mr. Hogback075:


--- Quote from: Mountainboar on May 10, 2006, 08:45:04 pm ---My oldest son got his Christmas presents early... a .270 and a fine buck.  I heard a shot at 7a.m. but he didn't follow instructions and contact me via walkie-talkie.  When I headed towards his stand at the agreed time of 9a.m. he was jumping up and down wanting to know where I'd been so long.



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MB is that his first buck?

Boy, i can't wait till the day our son, then daughters, kill their first, i'll be one proud papa those days.....

that's a pretty good one tho..i bet you were proud.


jkstock04:


--- Quote from: RaZoRtUsK on May 10, 2006, 09:40:30 am ---12pt on a main frame 10.

Killed in Hot Spring Co. .243 cal. in 2004

Scored 153 gross

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How much did he weigh??

Landonhog:

Here's a couple...


Bagged these two in Southwest, OK...


North Central OK


Checotah Oklahoma USA...  Shot the coyote while we were crow hunting that afternoon..


Arkansas River near Muskogee...


Pintail!!  Norman, Ok....


South Central Ok....   Notice the hog head cover in the background... People love that in Norman!  Ha!



RaZoRtUsK:


--- Quote from: jkstock04 on May 13, 2006, 10:33:12 am ---
--- Quote from: RaZoRtUsK on May 10, 2006, 09:40:30 am ---12pt on a main frame 10.

Killed in Hot Spring Co. .243 cal. in 2004

Scored 153 gross

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How much did he weigh??

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Im guessing around 180 his body wasn't just real big.

mountainhog:

ive posted this before , but ill post it again , i never had the rack scored professionally, and it prob. weighed about 200 lbs. live weight.  gross score between 150 and 160.

qakhed:

Northwest Missouri

qakhed:

Northwest Missouri (isn't that a good looking puppy?  ;))

qakhed:

Northwest Missouri

qakhed:

Northwest Missouri

qakhed:

South Central Missouri

qakhed:

Stuttgart, Ar.

qakhed:

Southwest Missouri

southeasthog:

A special thanks to gmb_79 for resizing for me.

southeasthog:

6 point 16 1/4 inch inside.

southeasthog:

A couple more bow kills.

Mr. Hogback075:

here's a few...

the spike mount is my mother-in-law's, she made us hang it.   ::)

Beau McCastlain:

 This might be my favorite hogville thread ever.  When I managed to get away from the station, you can find me in the woods.  I got both of these delta bucks at my family's farm in Holly Grove.

Beau McCastlain:

Thanks Mountainboar!! When I lived in LR, the farm was only an hour and a half away.  Needless to say I spent many days over there..Now that I am in Fort Smith, I am afraid my number of days in the field might be cut down a bit.  ::) 

010HogFan:

Here are two of my dad's best...

The one on the left is a 21 inch wide typical 8 point (From SW Ark).

The one on the right is an 18 inch wide non-typical 17 point (From NW Ark).



Beau McCastlain:

Mountainboar, I think that's how the owners treat their women over there too!! ;D

southeasthog:


--- Quote from: hogfankb on May 11, 2006, 08:48:44 am ---
My dad has recently moved to south Arkansas to help my grandfather out. Being the avid hunter/fisherman he is he has put up one of those night camera things in the back yard. When I see him next weekend I will post some unbelievable pictures from about 20 feet our his back porch.

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Still waiting on those pics hogfankb.

puddlehog:



NEA deer. A good day.

southeasthog:

+1 puddlehog!

puddlehog:

Thanks! Here is last years.



MF:

19 1/2" Inside and 10 1/2" G2's

South of Fayetteville

Arkapigdiesel:

9 Point

Arkapigdiesel:

9 point / 2nd pic

MF:

7 point killed by cousin on our land opening day of muzzleloading...

MF:

8 point killed on our land by another cousin this morning

BlakeHOGfanatic:

2 years ago...haven't got one to show for this year yet.


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MF:

Here's an 8 point I got on Saturday morning with a muzzleloader.

Darren#5:


--- Quote from: Beau McCastlain on June 05, 2006, 07:01:26 pm --- This might be my favorite hogville thread ever.  When I managed to get away from the station, you can find me in the woods.  I got both of these delta bucks at my family's farm in Holly Grove.

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Did you get that scored just wonderin??

clifflee4mvp:

8 point from this year. Had to get him quartered and on ice in a hurry cause if you'll look at the date, you'll notice something.....LSU tailgaitin in " :razorback:The Rock :razorback:" Luckily I got him real early. I was walking to my stand in the dark and all of a sudden I hear crashing through the woods coming straight at me. It was a deer that I had jumped but I obviously couldn't see it due to the dark so I sat down in the trail and I could hear another deer out in front of me. I waited about 15 minutes to the point where it was still dark but I could see to walk to my stand and I decided that's what I would do. I got in the stand about 10 minutes before the sun came up and put out an Tink's scent bomb and started grunting as soon as the sun came up. We set the stand up two years ago and I've killed 4 deer off it. Only one problem my dad shoots left handed and I'm a righty and HE set up the stand and every single deer has come up on my right. Both 8 points came from behind me on my right. I grunted this nice 8 point up and he came strolling by my stand at no more than 10 yards but I had no shot because I couldn't swing my gun around to that side so I had to wait for him to get out in front of me. I waited for him to turn his head and raised my gun and he must have sensed it because he started acting skiddish and stomping and took about 5 steps down the hill away from me. i didn't have a very good shot but I decided to take him anyway and shot him right in the back of the neck. Needless to say he didn't go far. Dropped right there. It was pretty exciting!

clifflee4mvp:

8 point from last year. This 8 was chasing the doe in the picture. I had stood up on my ladder stand because my butt was getting sore and tired and it was like 9:45 and I was about to call it a morning (I'm not very patient) and I hear something running through the woods and saw the doe. I immediately put the scope on her and was about to take the shot but I looked up and saw why she was running. I took a shot at him on the run and MISSED! Lucky for me they were stupid enough to stop to figure out what the hell that loud noise was and as soon as he did I dropped him. The doe never moved after the second shot so I shot her too. All 4 deer I have shot off that particular stand have dropped where I hit them. No tracking for me!

clifflee4mvp:

Dad's 10 point killed in Camden Arkansas with a .300 Mag. He got lucky. He came out to the trail to wait for my uncle to come pick him up on the 4 wheeler but my uncle was watching some deer so was late to pick dad up. Dad fell asleep on one side of the log. A doe came up and started to step over that very log and woke him up and they scared each other half to death. So dad sat up and had two more does come in on him and he put the biggest one in the scope and was about to harvest her when he saw this big boy come strolling in. I guess sometimes you just get lucky!

jkelly107:

7x7 bow kill

Coondog Hog:

Here is my 06 Buck from NWA



southeasthog:

Nice buck coondog! But when he fell out of the tree, did he kill your dog? ;) JK.

Coondog Hog:

You know that them coondogs never run any deer :P

southeasthog:

A couple.



Please disreguard goofy grin.



Albert Einswine:


--- Quote from: jkelly107 on December 16, 2006, 08:36:10 pm ---7x7 bow kill

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Is that an Arkansas elk or one from out West?

Either way it's a beautiful animal.

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