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Madison Monster scores 148-3/8 before deductions!

Bobby Brack from Calhoun County (Adairsville), Georgia killed one of the biggest bucks taken last season on Nov. 30, 2013 when he dropped a 14-point while hunting in Madison County, Florida.

The buck sported an impressive 14-point rack that scored a whopping 148-3/8 inches gross and netted 140-2/8 inches after deductions for two abnormal points (1-inch long on each side) and 6-1/8 inches in differences between the two sides.

The 45-year-old hunter shot this bruiser buck at around 5:15 p.m. while enjoying a Thanksgiving weekend hunt with his family at the B & B Hunt Club run by the “Huntinator Crew” in Madison County, Florida.

Bobby used his Remington Model 700 .270 rifle to take the buck, which weighed 180 lbs. The big buck had 7 points on each side, with one main beam measuring 21- 1/8 inches and the other measuring 22- 1/8 inches. the inside spread measured 14-4/8 inches. deductions for differences between the tines on the two antlers resulted in over 6 inches in deductions.