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Gulf County buck is #8

Ken Strickland admitted “it scared me a little” when he saw the #8 highest-scoring typical taken in Florida last season bounding across a clear-cut while Ken was dog hunting in Gulf County.

The 57-year-old lifetime Wewa-hitchka, Fla. resident was running dogs on leased land in Gulf County on January 20 when he killed the 165-pound trophy.

Ken dropped the big buck using his Remington 700 7mm Mag. at about 150 yards as it was running across a clear-cut.

The tall-tined 10-point was gross-scored at 141-2/8 inches and netted 136 inches when it was entered into the Florida Buck Registry by an FWC biologist.