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New York State's "4-Beam Buck" could set NEW Bowhunting Record.

by Bow Staff 23. November 2009 07:15
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If you think 200 class whitetail are exclusive to only our country's Midwestern cornfields, this next entry into the world of GIANT bucks might just shock your senses.

Taken in the afternoon of October 26th, 2009, this 4 beam whitetail buck fell to New Englander, Bjorn Holubar. While scouting for a place to hunt, Bjorn came across a thicket filled with several BIG rubs and knew this is where he'd like to try his luck. Just a few hours later and Bjorn walked out with the 20 point buck!

The current New York State archery record non-typical is 205 1/8", taken by Mark Surdi in 1996. Bjorn Holubar's buck is said to easily break the 200" mark. If so, this incredible 4 beam GIANT could pass into the empire state's bowhunting folklore, and the state's record books.

Bowhunting.Com would like to congratulate hunter, Bjorn Holubar on this amazing whitetail buck. We know how you feel Bjorn, we LOVE to hunt those big rubs too! Congrats again.


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