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Monster Buck: “Something Like I’d Never Seen Before”

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(Canton, Pennsylvania) — Truck driver Chris Radney took the buck of his life just a few weeks ago.

Taken with a crossbow, the buck counted 20 points and measured in at 188 inches.  HUGE!

Will be difficult to take another one that large again for Chris.

Stargazette.com reports Radney and his son hunted in Franklin Township:

“When he came in the field, he dominated everything. It was something like I’d never seen before,” Radney said.

“We had no trouble seeing horns, even at 200 yards with my bare eye.

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The smaller one was messing with us all night. We were all jacked up about that one and then this one came across the lane.

I don’t know if it was the cold or buck fever, but we were shaking pretty bad.”

Pennlive.com interviewed Chris Radney, of Canton, Pennsylavnia:

“Everybody tells me I need to quit hunting now, but I don’t think that’s going to happen,” the truck driver told USA Today.

It was a frigid day on Nov. 10, and he was planning on staying indoors, but his 13-year-old son coaxed him into going out into the woods, according to reports.

They were hunting at a friend’s farm near Towanda, and he was watching another buck among a group of doe when the monster stepped into his sites.

“It was something like I’d never seen before,” he told the paper.

Though his heart was racing and he was shaking, Radney made his shot at 50 yards, taking home his prize buck.

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