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earl's 2nd sask. buck

Earl Stong of Pottstown, Pa. took this dandy buck in Saskatchewan in 1996. Earl, his son Shane and his son-in-law Andy all took terrific deer that week. With a family like that on the loose the bucks don't stand a chance!


shane's 1st buck

Shane Stong was not to be out-done by his Dad! This was Shanes FIRST buck. Both Shane and, his brother-in-law, Andy, saw BIGGER bucks after they tagged out on this hunt and were waiting for the guide to pick them up! Great job Shane!



troy's 1st buck

Troy Rohrbach had killed a few deer in his young years, but the "bone-heads" eluded him until he hunted in Saskatchewan. This nice 8-pointer was Troys first buck---one of three first bucks taken that week in our camp! Way to go Troy!



mike's 10 pt

Another nice buck taken by a Pennsylvania hunter in Saskatchewan. Mike and his buddy Mike both waited until the end of the week to kill their bucks. They had both seen nice bucks during the week but we had three bucks taken that week that scored above 170 B&C and that served to make most guys (except me) hold out for bigger bucks.


sask 97 buck

This is a small buck by Saskatchewan standards and smaller than several other bucks that I've taken. I killed this buck on the fourth day of a very frustrating hunt when my frame of mind was to just get it over with and go home. If we hunt long enough we are bound to have such experiences. Recovering from surgery and a variety of other negative circumstances got the best of me on this trip. Although this buck was not "the one of my dreams" there is always a redeeming quality on doing the hunt as good as you can and making a good shot regardless of the size of the quarry. Personally, I try to take mature animals whenever possible, but sometimes this can cause one to forget the importance of just enjoying the hunt

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