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Pauly3511



Registered: May 2004
Location: USA
Posts: 24
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What I know is I received this email and it says this awesome buck was taken near Dryden, Ontario. Irt was shot a half hour past legal shooting hours and seized by OMNR officers. It' and 18 and they have it estimated as being 41 point better than the current world record. I dont know about the record part I guess we will have to wait and see. Maybe someone can tell us all more.
· Date: Sun,May,2,2004 · Views: 26,790 ·
Rating: ********* 8.71
Keywords: Possible Poached record
State of Kill?: Ontario
County of Kill?: Canada
Number of Points?: 18
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Nickanto

Registered: December 2003
Location: Missouri
Posts: 171
Mon,May,3,2004 10:57am Rating: 10 

i have heard the same, i heard it was poached, and its gonna smoke the hanson buck my at least 40 inches. Its mass is absolutely amazing
Pauly3511

Registered: May 2004
Location: USA
Posts: 24
Mon,May,3,2004 12:06pm

40 iches seems like alot to me but I dont really know. The mass of that rack is absolutely amazing.
Pauly3511

Registered: May 2004
Location: USA
Posts: 24
Mon,May,3,2004 12:33pm

Well I just got a little more info looks like the buck scored 223 and 7/8 green, with 24 6/8 deductions which comes to 199 1/8 net green. Poached deer can be registered in B@C the poacher would get no credit it goes in the books as taken by unknown hunter so the deer gets the glory nothin to the poacher. Keep the comments comin in i wanna hear what everyone thinks
Canadianhunter

Registered: April 2004
Location: Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
Posts: 59
Mon,May,3,2004 2:14pm

This buck is a true HOG!! Mass, Main Beams...Increadable! I don't believe it has the tine length as the Hanson Buck....200 Green looks about right to me. I've heard that comming this summer you'll see many articles in various magazines on this buck...soon, all shall be known. I don't think there will be too many secrets behind this truly amazing buck.
Pauly3511

Registered: May 2004
Location: USA
Posts: 24
Mon,May,3,2004 2:18pm

I personally think when some better photos come out this could go down as one of the greatest typicals of all time, just has way to match mass, and just a beautiful buck.
Pauly3511

Registered: May 2004
Location: USA
Posts: 24
Mon,May,3,2004 2:23pm

Just to let you all the know the Dryden Buck gets a 10 but obviously the way it was taken and the poacher get a 0.
txguide

Registered: May 2004
Location: Del Rio TX
Posts: 1
Mon,May,3,2004 5:30pm Rating: 10 

This deer was infact taken by a poacher in Canada. That is a game warden in the pic. The mass measurements go around ten (10) inches at the H2 and H3, so that would give him over 40 inches of mass with only four measurements and another four to go. I believe the score of 248 plus gross is correct. A friend and outfitter in ME knows something about it too so I will ask.
tanner04

Registered: April 2004
Location: North Central Washington
Posts: 17
Mon,May,3,2004 8:51pm

That is one nice buck! If i saw that thing after shooting hours i would definitely be back first thing in the morning to find that monster. Nice buck but i wouldnt have shot it after shooting hours.
marsh33549

Registered: April 2004
Posts: 8
Mon,May,3,2004 9:33pm

This deer is amazing. The score of 199 is correct. This website has some details including the measuring score from the green score [ link ] Just type in Dryden buck on yahoo and you'll find it. Sorry, I added a . at the end of the web site. It works now
Pauly3511

Registered: May 2004
Location: USA
Posts: 24
Mon,May,3,2004 9:44pm

I still can't get over it just look at the guys hand not even close to being able to fit around the base. Im jaut amazed at the mass, but I want to see more pics.
Pauly3511

Registered: May 2004
Location: USA
Posts: 24
Mon,May,3,2004 9:53pm

I just read that they suspected 2 americans shot the buck and someone reported the shooting the officers found the buck and the americans had alreadt fled. That really makes me sick because I would love top go to Canada one day and be able to hunt that magnificent country I dont wont 2 slob american hunters messin it up for me. I'll keep lookin for more details.
Pauly3511

Registered: May 2004
Location: USA
Posts: 24
Mon,May,3,2004 10:10pm

March 5, 2004


TWO HUNTERS CHARGED IN KILLING OF TROPHY DEER


DRYDEN - Two hunters have each been charged with six counts of illegal hunting, including night hunting and trespassing, for killing a trophy white-tailed deer.


Gary W. Stroughter, 54, of Baton Rouge, and Samuel F. Stroughter, 74, of Prairieville, both of Louisiana, have been summoned to appear before the Ontario Court of Justice in Dryden on March 16, 2004.


The deer was killed north of Dryden on November 10, 2003.


The animal that was killed has been the subject of considerable media interest due to the size of its antlers. The deer was seized by conservation officers.


Ministry of Natural Resources (MNR) Dryden District Conservation Officers laid the charges on February 25, 2004, following an investigation aided by Louisiana and Mississippi conservation officers.


The public is encouraged to report natural resources violations to the local MNR office or anonymously to Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477).



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deernut

Registered: January 2004
Location: so. IL
Posts: 708
Mon,May,3,2004 10:30pm

Absolute monster of a whitetail buck! Such a shame he ended that way. Now there's no real story to go with this giant. I've seen this pic on this site somewhere before. Can't remember the user's name who posted it though. Thanks for the comment on my post. You're right, Harold would want me to keep going after these grey ghosts.
NWOntario_hunter

Registered: March 2004
Location: Ontario
Posts: 9
Mon,May,3,2004 10:48pm

Although this buck is not a new world record it is a new Ontario record at 199 7/8 typical. Usually whenever new inforamtion is released on the deer it is posted in the local paper although i havent read anything new as of late. The latest on the poachers was that they skipped the court date and i dont believe there is to much that the ministry can do because they are out of country. To bad to see a great deer like this go down in such a bad way.
Pauly3511

Registered: May 2004
Location: USA
Posts: 24
Mon,May,3,2004 10:51pm

Some people are just ignorant and I hate that two Americans did this. I am an American and these two guys are slobs most hunters here are good people that obey the law. There is always a few bad apples, its a real shame, wish they would have to pay.
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