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2013 Spring Turkey Winner
Jake ReeseKansas City, KS
On a windy overcast day Jay Fahrty from H.I.P.S. blinds proved me wrong and showed me that you can call Big Toms in with windy bad weather. In the afternoon, using his custom famous Miss Leigh Ann mouth call he called in three mature Toms. I shot the middle one, which was by far the biggest of the three, and the rest is history!
2012 Big Buck Winner
Dave EngalDes-Moines, IA
It was opening day in Iowa and I was sitting in my favorite blind in a large valley. I saw several does throughout the morning. At 3:30pm I glassed toward one that came in to see if a buck was following. Sure enough, there was an 8 point 30 yards away. Behind him a 2nd 8 point, bigger yet but still not one I'd take. Glancing around, yet another buck entered my view, this time a heavy 10 point. The beams came all the way around in front almost touching each other. The tines appeared long and even. Both G3's had 1 1/2 to 2 inch kickers, and a cluster of small points on the front left burr. I estimated it to be well into the 160's, maybe bigger.