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1.) Swamp Fox - 06/09/2017

(Pink camo, or bad camera? Depends on where you're from, prolly...)

[B]Minnesotan Claims Legendary Wisconsin Deer[/B]

2.) DParker - 06/09/2017
Rules is rules.
3.) Swamp Fox - 06/09/2017
[QUOTE]As you can read in Anderson’s story, the Minnesota driver has legal claim to the buck. However, if the Wisconsin driver who killed the buck with his van wants the animal, I simply don’t understand why the Minnesota man won’t give it to him. I certainly wouldn’t want a trophy buck mount hanging on my wall – regardless of its size – that someone else killed, especially with a vehicle! The absolute best part of game mounts is the wonderful memories they trigger, and for this Minnesota man, I can’t believe that standing on the side of a wintery road – in the dark – while tension filled the air is his happiest Thanksgiving.

I say give the buck to the driver who killed it, and then he can give it to the town of Comstock. Heck, maybe the owners of the Comstock Creamery/Cheese Factory (below) will display it proudly for all to see. The famous buck probably lived in the woods behind the building. That way, when Vikings or Packers fans stop for their fix of cheese curds, they can see The Comstock Buck and remember when “Minnesota nice” really meant something.


4.) DParker - 06/10/2017
[Quote]The absolute best part of game mounts is the wonderful memories they trigger[/quote]

Like totalling your van when you can't even afford a phone.