Discussion in 'Harvest Report' started by jesserichard, Jan 3, 2011.
Check out this Iowa Giant on Drury Outdoors web site. New Largest Whitetail ever taken on video.
That has to be huge. Poor spook, I have watched his hunting video of his now past largest whitetail ever taken on film
Yeah, poor Spook, I feel bad for him....NOT! That buck was sick...and the shot from like 7 yards on the ground was awesome. His reaction when he picked up the rack was a bit dramatic...although deserved I guess.
Good grief, this 236 is freaky tall, heavy, and narly. Wow.
where do you find the picture of it?
Spook took his with a bow so in my opinion he is still on top. Congrats to David Lindsey, that is one beutifaul animal!!
Go to www.druryoutdoors.com its under the journel section
Ok thanks yeah that thing is a tank!! Would have been better if it was in the back of my truck:drink1: . Congrats to him wish he would bring it to me to get it mounted.
What a brute! I just wish it would have been shot in Missouri or ohio or pretty much anywhere but Iowa.
Video wouldnt boot up for me, but if thats the buck in the pic- holy cow. What a beast! That thing is tall!
Good point, I agree....a bow at like 7 yards, that video was sweet.
Does anyone know the situation there. I heard that the Lindseys bought land from Drurys or land that bordered Drurys and they work together to manage a large chunk of ground, is that true?
Seems like they shoot a 190+ every year, is it all in the same area?
Sure is a nice one!!
That is amazing! What a lucky guy!
AND on the ground!
its a true brute of a buck!congrats to him.
that sideways kicker is sweet
wow congrats to David...who cares about number one on video or not, that buck has written it's own story THAT"S FOR SURE!!!
Lindseys bought the original Drury farm. Its about 5000 arcers. Drurys own another 2000 right there. So does Jay Gregery.
What a Hog. Really shows what proper management can do.
That deer is huge, but not any more of a trophy than any other mature deer taken by anyone else. A 140 inch deer taken on highly pressured ground is more of a trophy.
Who that is a brute Congrats!!
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