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Blacktail Legends of the Pacific Northwest

November 14, 2008

Blacktail Legends of the Pacific Northwest” featuring five of the World Record Columbia Blacktailed Deer both (typical & non-typical).  This once in a lifetime display will exhibit over “FORTY” of the largest blacktail deer ever taken.  The giants, the monsters, double drop tines, they are all here; huge blacktail deer taken from Oregon, Washington and California will be featured in this extraordinary display.
This is truly what legends are made of “The Best of the Best” they have all been assembled for the 2009 Tour of the Northwest.  For a complete list of shows and dates check out our Tour Schedule!
Celebrating are newly released, “Blacktail Legends of the Pacific Northwest” a grand new book, it’s been ten years in the making, and features forty stories with hundreds of photographs of these legendary hunters and the bucks they pursue. (Order Your Copy Today

Blacktail Legends” features a complete listing from Oregon, Washington, California and British Columbia of the top one hundred greatest typical Columbian blacktail and the greatest non-typical Columbian blacktail ever taken.  Separate sections for Oregon and Washington record listings for the greatest Cascade blacktail deer, Columbian blacktail deer and Western blacktail deer, with separate divisions for rifle, archery and black powder.  This book is chalked full of records and information on these “The Best of the Best” blacktail ever taken with an outstanding field photograph gallery.

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