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Author Topic: New State Record Nontypical Whitetail  (Read 714 times)

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Offline Steve-o

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Massive Deadhead Is Minnesota’s New State Record Nontypical Whitetail

Jesse Schroeder found the enormous deadhead while shed hunting in April. Now, it's poised to unseat a nearly 50-year-old record

Schroeder’s buck was officially measured on June 10 by a panel from the Boone & Crockett Club and amassed a total net score of 277-⅜ inches. The Gopher State’s current nontypical state record is a 268-⅝-inch monster killed by Mitch Vakoch in Norman County in 1974

B&C accepts found, or “picked up” heads in its record book—which means that the Schroeder deadhead is poised to overtake the Vakoch buck as Minnesota’s new No. 1.

Incredibly, the Schroeder buck has 8-point main frame that by itself gross-scored over 182 inches, with a 20⅝-inch inside spread, 23-inch main beams, and circumferences better than 6 inches at the base. But thanks to an amazing array of drop tines, kickers, and stickers, the buck gained 100 inches of abnormal points, which catapulted its score into B&C’s “world class” category. Assuming the panel score holds up (B&C typically reviews the scores of all top-end bucks), the Schroeder buck will be a new state record and tie for the 25th spot for nontypical whitetails all-time in the B&C record book.
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Online Jerkbiat

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That is one heck of a find. Wow!
Hey look your bobber is up!

Offline mike89

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yes it is!!!    wonder where in the state he found it.....   
a bad day of fishing is still better than a good day at work!!

Offline Steve-o

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The article gave this info (which in my opinion is too much).

Schroeder was shed hunting a 32-acre Goodhue County property owned by his brother on April 7 when he found the buck.

Offline mike89

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my guess would have been down that way....    thanks....
a bad day of fishing is still better than a good day at work!!