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.

(photo at bottom of web page)

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


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).


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!


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

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