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Best Racks

Our Listeners' Best Rack Gallery - Thanks for your submissions.

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    2014 RACKS
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    Andre P from Easton,"'I am a Marine Corps veteran and i shot this buck on veterans day 2014 for my first buck with a bow."
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    Matt W from Lehighton,"19 point non-typical monster that scored 204. Shot in Carbon County with a 10 point cross bow on 11-13-2014"
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    Gary L from Plymouth; "11 pointer from Orwell,Ohio shot with a crossbow on 11/13/14"
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    Trevor C from Easton:" 'Nice 8 pointer taken with a bow in Northampton County.'
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    Bob L from Perkasie:"'I got this on November 6, 2014. He's an old monarch in the area. He just got finished. He died with a smile."
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    Daniel H from Lenhartsville
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    Dan H from Breingsville:"'Shot this 10 pointer in Breinigsville on Tuesday November 4,2014 with a crossbow at 7:30 am. "
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    Liz F from Barto:"'When my husband could not get out to hunt that afternoon, I gladly took a chance at the tree stand. Not 20 minutes later, a doe showed up with this buck hot on her trail. They stopped right in front of me for about 2 seconds and took off. So surprised to see him show up again 10 minutes later! I stopped him about 12 yards from me and put a good heart shot on him. Very, very heavy body, nice 9-point rack. Very blessed to have him!"
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    Cristina D from Hardwick:"NJ Early Season Big 7"
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    Mark B from Kempton:"mule deer shot on 10/15/2014 in wyoming"
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    Michael S. from Sciotia:
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    Sean P from Bethlehem
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    Jeff G. From Allentown
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    Scott from Canadensis; 'This is my dad Jeff with his largest buck to date. He shot it on our family's property in Monroe County with his bow'. 2014 contest submission
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    Cole from : Goofy Buck! No teeth and half a Rack! 2014 contest submission
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    2013 RACKS & WINNER
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    Thanks to everyone who submitted a photo! CONGRATS TO OUR WINNER! Ryan H. of Leesport
    'Shot with a bow 11/14/2013. Watching same buck for a couple years, my son named him funky 7.'
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    Lucas F. from Danielsville - Lucas hunted for 4 years and this is his first buck! 9 points and 218lbs.
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    Mike S. from Walnutport - 11 Point Buck! Photo Taken: 10/11/13!
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    Tim P. of Bethel
    'Shot this buck in Mt Bethel 13 score able points weighted in over 200lbs'
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    Michael F. of Conshohocken
    '11 point non typical buck taken Tues. 12/3/13 in Penn Forrest'
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    Ryan S. of New Tripoli
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    Joshus S. of Bangor
    'Shot this buck on Oct 12th just before dark. It was the second chance that I got a shot at him, first one fell just short and just cut hair. One week later I was able to hit the mark. Did my own Euro mount with some hand drawn trial art work, dyed the skull in coffee and mounted it on a maple plaque.'
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    Cole S. of Reading
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    Michael P. of Holland Township
    '8 point - 21" Spread 1st Deer with Muzzleloader'
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    Tim of Kunkletown
    'Shot November 8th 2013, 10 point with 13 non typical points... Beautiful'
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    Ray N. of Bethlehem
    '14 point buck shot Monday 12/2 in Snyder County PA'
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    Devin of Benton
    'Taken at last light on the second day of gun season in Columbia County, PA'
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    Travis of Malvern
    'This is Travis who is the son of one of my best friends Rick. On November 27th Travis took this Elk up in Montana. We also took some impressive white tails but this was the trophy!'
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    Heidi H. of Shartlesville
    'First day of rifle season, 2013, big buck down!'
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    Richard 'Richie' S. Jr. of Slatington
    '12 point buck on the first day of rifle season. Shot in Slatington, in Lehigh County PA'
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    Dennis M.of Effort
    'This one was easy, he kept getting stuck on trees. so I just walked up and shot him!'
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    Brian K. of Nazareth
    'My 18 point (non) typical buck harvested on 12-2-13 at 10:40am in Bushkill Township. Shot with 30-06, at about 45 yards.'
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    Kyron A. of Palmerton
    'Kyron's first deer with a rifle taken on Monday Dec.2 2013. He shot a 11 point non-typical, with a 30-06. One shot is all it took for him!'
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    Jeff G. of Pike County
    '145" 10-Point Buck. Got him on Nov. 16th in Pike County, PA.'
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    Robert L. of Perkasie
    'This is my best deer to date. He measures around 122. Got him in bucks county on nov 6th at 6:15 am. I shot him at 35 yes with my Mathews Monster bow set at 65 lbs. I used a Rage 100 broadhead on my Gold Tip 7595 arrow. Ran 100 yes.'
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    Aaron B. of Slatington
    'First buck with a bow'
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    Terry B. of Emmaus
    'I made sure the picture was appropriate for the contest by taking the antlers off of the deer. The rack has 10 points and I can barely wrap my fingers around them.'
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    Rich B. of Easton
    'Scored 43 3/8 Pope & Young Shot 11/6/13 in Monroe Co.'
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    Dan B. of Lansdale
    'This "swamp donkey" was hot on 2 doe in mid afternoon. Mind you, im 6'-6" and nearly 300lbs, and he makes me look small.'
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    Mark Caswell of Easton
    '8 Point taken in Licking County, Ohio 10/25/2013'
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    Staush P. of Kintnersville
    'Payton, a nine year old harvested his first deer, a buck that was a ten pointer! This kid is the most outgoing and patient 9 year old I know. Not only being my son, but a great influence to everyone around him. Don't know if you remember, but he was a contestant in the wing eating contest at Wally's wicked wings 2 years ago when he was seven at the father and son wing eating contest. That kid ate more wings, and placed above a few other contestants....yes you said on the air that social services should be called,......but that little man ate the hottest wings possible, and still talks about it!'
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    Pamela M.
    'My first buck! 8 points, taken Oct . 18, 2013 with 10 point crossbow in Clinton County, PA.'
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    Samantha M.
    'My 2nd buck ever a 200 lb+ 10 point buck taken in Lehigh county with my 10 point crossbow!! This big guy came in all alone from down wind once he got a smell of the tinks i put out!!'
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    Jared B. of Macungie
    'This is my 11 point buck taken with a compound bow weighing in at 205 lbs with a 22 inch spread'
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    Jason Bortz of Coopersburg
    '8pt. Taking in Springfield, PA.'
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    Robin E. of Budd Lake NJ
    'After 14 month of physical therapy, it sure felt good to take this beautiful NJ buck with my compound bow on Oct 14, 2013.'
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    Daryl G. of Palmerton
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    Travis H. of Bethlehem
    'I shot this 12 pointer that field dressed at 220 lbs. I was on stand for 2 hours and rattled in this buck that presented me with a 15 yard shot."
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    Cody S. of Lower Nazareth
    'I grunted my personal best buck in from 120 yards and took a 24 yard shot.'
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    Bill S. of Bethlehem
    'Nice 9 point buck shot in archery season on Oct 19th in Weisenberg Twsp, New Tripoli.'
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    Kyle R. of Salisbury, MD
    'I harvested this Buck during the 2012 archery season while home on leave from the Marine corps. It is a piebald 8 pointer and weighed 175 lbs'
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    Christiana of Bangor
    Sent in William's rack - labeled "Spanky's Rack"
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    Jon W. of Slatington
    Largest archery buck yet. Taken with a Hoyt Havoc compound bow and NAP Hellrazor
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    Brian K. of New Tripoli
    My big boy 13 pointer with the velvet on yet!!
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    Kris D. of Phillipsburg
    "Old what do ya call it"
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    Scott A. of Pequea
    Photo of my mentor who taught me to bowhunt. With the buck, where we found it, in the soybean field
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    Scott G. of Pittstown, NJ
    7-POINT taken 10/13/13 in Hunterdon County, NJ
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    2012 RACK SUBMISSIONS
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    Darius S. from Leesport
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    George S. from Hatfield
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    Very Very NICE!
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    Dave D
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    Jonathan Padilla.
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    Timothy Moffett.
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    Brett Meyers.
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    Doug Stancavish from Oxford, NJ.
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    Cory Mengel from Hamburg.
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    Dale Banko from Flemington, NJ.
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    Darius Strauss.
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    David Gorant.
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    Kirk Neiman from Kutztown.
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    Steven Beattie, Jr. from North Wales.
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    Rodger Gilbert from Bath.
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    Steve Wehr from Kutztown.
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    Abby and Donny Weston from Weatherly.
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    Ernie Schwartz from Macungie.
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    Gene Demchuck from Northampton.
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    Dathan Long from Germansville.
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    Fred Schach, Jr. from Pine Grove.
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    Jonathan Reichley from Emmaus.
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    Marty Wallach from Hellertown.
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    Scott Miller from Perkasie.
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    Bob Masterson from Alpha, NJ.
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    Brad Losito from Kutztown.
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    Chad Maleski.
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    Jacob Falleni.
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    Jake Nederostek from Northampton.
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    Cordero Hamm from Kempton.
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    Courey Hertzog from Alburtis.
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    Dave Chandler from Hamburg.
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    David Large from Birdsboro.
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    Mike Conry from Milford, NJ.
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    Corey Woomer from Northampton.
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    David Peterman from Lehighton.
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    Derek Keim fron Kutztown.
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    Kenny Henninger from Kutztown.
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    Scott Gordon from Pittstown, NJ.
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    Bryce Huegel.
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    Chad McCullough from Northampton.
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    Jeff Price.
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    Steve Cagliola from Norristown.
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    Steve Schrader.
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    Bryan Huegel.
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    Anthony Balzano, Jr.
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    Bill Andrews.
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    Mike Stauffer.
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    Stephen Marino.
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    Dave Williams from Swoyersville.
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    Jeffrey LaBarge from Bethlehem.
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    Sissy from East Stroudsburg.
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    Ted Metz from Phillipsburg, NJ.
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    Bill Gasper from Palmerton.
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    Cortney Blumig from East Brunswick, NJ.
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    Dennis Hassler from Topton.
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    Mark Winter from Lehighton.
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    Thomas Szczepanski from South Whitehall.
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    Tyler Vandergrift from Harleysville.
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    Otto Schick from Kutztown.
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    Scott Clemmer from Pottstown.
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    Tyler Christman.
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    Joseph Popelka from Colunmbia, NJ.
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    Jason Schach.
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    Brad Smith from Easton.
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    Cody Jefferson from Quakertown.
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    Kyle Thomas from Bethlehem.
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    Nick Cornelius from Nazareth.
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    Chris Tomsic from Palmerton.
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    John and Joe Smith.