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    Default Bernheim Forest Disability Hunt

    A gentleman told me today that a giant deer was killed there last weekend during a NWTF disability hunt by a 70 yr old man in a wheelchair. Wondering if anyone has any info and hopefully a pic. Suppose to be a 200" deer.

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    Saw a pic on Facebook. Looks like it could easily go 200 inches. Good for him
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    It's a giant. A new Bernheim record. Deer only weighed 138 pds and had 26 points.

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    I've got three pics of it, can't figure out how to post them on here..,,


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    Don't know if this worked or not, but I heard the dear was 9 years old they think. Only had one tooth left


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    Quote Originally Posted by pentail View Post
    Saw a pic on Facebook. Looks like it could easily go 200 inches. Good for him
    It's nice for him, but bad for guys who had pics of him all summer.

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    I've also heard they've got sheds from him from last year and he was a 34 pointer. Don't know if it's true or not, I'd love to see a pic of this things!


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    the sheds were from 2 years ago. and it was 31 points. my uncle works at bernheim and i along with my uncle and dad help with the wheelin sportsman hunt every year. was a very big deer but doubt very seriously it will go 200 inches. yes they guessed him at 9.5 years old and the deer tipped the scales at a whopping 138 pounds. alot of times up there the does outweigth the bucks. very happy to see the gentleman get him!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BOWTECHAP View Post
    the sheds were from 2 years ago. and it was 31 points. my uncle works at bernheim and i along with my uncle and dad help with the wheelin sportsman hunt every year. was a very big deer but doubt very seriously it will go 200 inches. yes they guessed him at 9.5 years old and the deer tipped the scales at a whopping 138 pounds. alot of times up there the does outweigth the bucks. very happy to see the gentleman get him!
    Thanks for clarifying, I knew my numbers would be off a bit since everything I was hearin was from the rumor mill lol. Have u heard when he'll be green scored?


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    Wow what a deer! Congrats to the hunter!
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