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 Arkansas Democrat-Gazette/BRYAN HENDRICKS
Don Kittler won the 25th annual Arkansas Big Buck Classic Sunday with the rack of a whitetailed deer he killed in Prairie County that scored 207 7/8 Boone and Crockett. His buck was the biggest of six that qualified for the Boone and Crockett All-Time Awards book. (Lev Bradford of Bradford Marine and ATV is the guy in the black shirt).

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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette/BRYAN HENDRICKS Don Kittler won the 25th annual Arkansas Big Buck Classic Sunday with the rack of a whitetailed deer he killed in Prairie County that scored 207 7/8 Boone and Crockett. His buck was the biggest of six that qualified for the Boone and Crockett All-Time Awards book. (Lev Bradford of Bradford Marine and ATV is the guy in the black shirt).

ARKANSAS BIG BUCK CLASSIC

Hunter poised for giant's arrival

The biggest buck killed in Arkansas last year appeared in daylight just once, and Don Kittler of Carlisle was waiting. The giant non-typical whitetail scored 207 7/8 on the Boone and Crockett scoring system, winning the 25th Big Buck Classic by a wide margin over a record class of trophy entries Sun...

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