Rives tells about pending state-record buck in his own words


December 21, 2010 at 12:30 pm
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Watch the video below to hear Natchez hunter Will Rives tell how he killed the pending state-record typical archery buck.
Watch the video below to hear Natchez hunter Will Rives tell how he killed the pending state-record typical archery buck.
Will Rives wasnít out to kill a state-record deer when he went bow hunting Dec. 14, but thatís exactly what he left the woods with.

Now Rives tells the story of the kill, in his own words, in this MS-Sportsman.com video interview.

The deer, which netted a green score of 176 inches on the Pope & Young system, was taken from a Jefferson County lease and should easily set the new archery record in the typical category of the Mississippi Magnolia Records.

A written story also has been posted earlier, featuring a full photograph of this incredible deer.

Be sure and check out the Nikon Deer of the Year contest for other big bucks killed this season, and donít forget to enter any bucks you kill. But remember that you must be a registered user to be eligible for the monthly prizes in this contest. If youíre not already a registered user, sign up today to get started!




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