Monster Long Island Buck – New State Record?

This monster buck was apparently taken in Long Island a few days ago. It looks like a New York State tag on this deer. I’ve never seen a buck quite like this one – lots of mass, double main beam, drop tine with sticker points. This buck has it all! If anyone has any info on this buck drop us a line.

UPDATE: This buck was taken in Brookhaven by Bjorn Holubar on the afternoon of October 26, 2009. Holubar rattled and grunted to lure in the buck around 4:45 p.m. The buck had 20 points and a third main beam. The buck unofficially scores 209″ and will likely rank as one of the largest deer ever arrowed in New York State.

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