Discussion in 'Shed Hunting Conference' started by Guest, Jul 3, 2001.
Check out these 261" Iowa Sheds, what a find!
Super sheds, what can you tell us about the monster set?
We don't have any details other than they are SE Iowa sheds, sorry.
Have a great 4th!
Those are tremendous Iowa sheds. Thanks for letting us have a look at them!
Tony.......give some thought to the last week of Oct. bowhunting and then first week of Nov. photography here in Alberta! I have a couple of bowhunting allocations of my own now and need a couple of guys to put some good Alberta whitetails on the ground.
It would be a blast! Drop me a line when you get a chance.
Do you know if these were found this year?
Wow, you have me thinking now! I ll drop you a line next week and we can talk some more.
I could find out, be back sometime soon.
They are spring 2001 sheds and have been scored by an official measurer at 277 5/8 with an assumed 22 1/8 inside spread.
The NET typical frame is a 5x5 214 3/8.
Biggest 5x5 frame ever???
I'm going out on a limb on this one, but the 5x5 net typical frame doesn't look like it could net that high in those photos.....I could be wrong, and maybe it's just the angle to which I see the sheds. But regardless of that, they are still MONSTEROUS!!!
They were scored by an OFFICIAL Pope and Young measurer who does a good job.
Yes, I read that they were scored by an official measurer. But it's hard to see all those inches that make up the typical frame in the picture shown. I'd love to see another picture from a different angle...if there's 214-plus inches of net typical 5x5 frame, I'd like to see the whole shebang!!
I am quite sure they will be on display at next years Iowa Deer Classic.
There is also a very high liklihood of several WORLD RECORDS being on display including some extremely large deer harvested in the 2000 season.
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