South Dakota Public Land Potential Typical 200-inch Record, Nov. 2012

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Just stumbled across this. Looks like South Dakota is a sleeper but up & comer state for producing some whopper whitetails from the Great Plains.

Hope we can find more reliable web sources for more details about this quiet "Public Land" success story.



http://www.buckmasters.com/and-to-think-this-is-her-first-deer.aspx

(photo at bottom of web page)

Wayne Johnson
South Dakota
Score "Unknown"
(photo on bottom row, 1st column)






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http://bigdeerblog.com/?p=56

South Dakota: 200-Inch Public Land Buck!

April 28, 2013


A 200-inch typical is rare anywhere…exceedingly rare for public land…and unheard of for South Dakota (last I checked the state record typical is 193).

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admin on May 2, 2013 at 11:24 am said:

we just got confirmation from a reliable source that this hunter does work for the fire dept in Rapid City, and he killed this giant near Timber Creek last fall. hoping to meet him and do a BIG DEER TV segment on that buck this fall!




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http://www.trapshooters.com/cfpages/thread.cfm?threadid=305964&Messages=8

Subject: Anybody killing any big Whitetails??
From: RickN
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Date: Wed, Nov 28, 2012 - 04:20 PM ET
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201" South Dakota whitetail.

 
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