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Two Louisiana Bucks Could Break State Record That Stood for 70 Years

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Two Louisiana Bucks Could Break State Record That Stood for 70 Years

Two big bucks in Louisiana.
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After standing unchallenged for 70 years, Louisiana’s largest typical whitetail might yield it’s top spot to not one, but two recent record-breaking bucks.

Alex LeBlanc shot one of those bucks in St. Landry Parish, La. on Dec. 20, according to the Louisiana Sportsman. The weather was hot and humid with temperatures peaking in the high 70s. Despite the muggy conditions and his buddies’ protests, LeBlanc headed for a box stand on his cousin’s QDMA-managed property.

He climbed into the stand by mid-afternoon and didn’t see anything for more than an hour. The afternoon was so slow the 20-year-old even kicked off his boots inside the box. But at 4 p.m. LeBlanc spotted something through his window that made him sit up. Fifty yards away a buck stood in his shooting lane.

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