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Ken Preston, Idaho

During the 2001 deer season in northern Idaho, Moscow's Ken Preston discovered some huge rubs. Determined to find the buck that had made them, Ken decided to spend some time still-hunting the area. After two days of slipping around in a steady rain, the hunter walked right up on this stunning 13-pointer and shot him. Ken's trophy has a 23 2/8-inch inside spread and a gross B&C score of 183 1/8.

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