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After 10 years and just in time for Christmas, the second volume of Magnolia Records, Mississippi's Best Bucks is here! Since the first book, the Magnolia Records Program, Mississippi's official scoring program for white-tailed deer, has collected lots of data that show where, when and how many of these bucks were taken. Over 200 pages containing trophy pictures of deer taken in Mississippi with a net score of 160 and above, several of which earned recognition by the Boone & Crockett Club and Pope and Young Club. Also included are charts and maps containing information that dates all the way back to 1895 when the oldest record for the program was killed. This data shows the soil regions in which these deer were taken and the land management status of each of these regions. Broken down by average gross score these charts show where the largest deer were taken and by which method. See the hunters who took these giants and read their stories. Some hunters are as young as 13 years old! This book is on sale now and retails for $15 plus $5 shipping per book. If ordering more than three books, please call to get the exact shipping charge. Go to www.mswildlife.org, visit the gift shop and place your online order today! Orders are also accepted by calling the Mississippi Wildlife Federation at (601) 605-1790. All major credit cards are accepted. Checks are accepted by mailing your order to: Mississippi Wildlife Federation, 517 Cobblestone Court, Suite 2, Madison, MS 39110. All orders must be in U.S. dollars.
 

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After 10 years and just in time for Christmas, the second volume of Magnolia Records, Mississippi's Best Bucks is here! Since the first book, the Magnolia Records Program, Mississippi's official scoring program for white-tailed deer, has collected lots of data that show where, when and how many of these bucks were taken. Over 200 pages containing trophy pictures of deer taken in Mississippi with a net score of 160 and above, several of which earned recognition by the Boone & Crockett Club and Pope and Young Club. Also included are charts and maps containing information that dates all the way back to 1895 when the oldest record for the program was killed. This data shows the soil regions in which these deer were taken and the land management status of each of these regions. Broken down by average gross score these charts show where the largest deer were taken and by which method. See the hunters who took these giants and read their stories. Some hunters are as young as 13 years old! This book is on sale now and retails for $15 plus $5 shipping per book. If ordering more than three books, please call to get the exact shipping charge. Go to www.mswildlife.org, visit the gift shop and place your online order today! Orders are also accepted by calling the Mississippi Wildlife Federation at (601) 605-1790. All major credit cards are accepted. Checks are accepted by mailing your order to: Mississippi Wildlife Federation, 517 Cobblestone Court, Suite 2, Madison, MS 39110. All orders must be in U.S. dollars.
 

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After 10 years and just in time for Christmas, the second volume of Magnolia Records, Mississippi's Best Bucks is here! Since the first book, the Magnolia Records Program, Mississippi's official scoring program for white-tailed deer, has collected lots of data that show where, when and how many of these bucks were taken. Over 200 pages containing trophy pictures of deer taken in Mississippi with a net score of 160 and above, several of which earned recognition by the Boone & Crockett Club and Pope and Young Club. Also included are charts and maps containing information that dates all the way back to 1895 when the oldest record for the program was killed. This data shows the soil regions in which these deer were taken and the land management status of each of these regions. Broken down by average gross score these charts show where the largest deer were taken and by which method. See the hunters who took these giants and read their stories. Some hunters are as young as 13 years old! This book is on sale now and retails for $15 plus $5 shipping per book. If ordering more than three books, please call to get the exact shipping charge. Go to www.mswildlife.org, visit the gift shop and place your online order today! Orders are also accepted by calling the Mississippi Wildlife Federation at (601) 605-1790. All major credit cards are accepted. Checks are accepted by mailing your order to: Mississippi Wildlife Federation, 517 Cobblestone Court, Suite 2, Madison, MS 39110. All orders must be in U.S. dollars.
 

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[B]Magnolia Records, Mississippi's Best Bucks! Volume 2[/B]

After 10 years and just in time for Christmas, the second volume of Magnolia Records, Mississippi's Best Bucks is here! Since the first book, the Magnolia Records Program, Mississippi's official scoring program for white-tailed deer, has collected lots of data that show where, when and how many of these bucks were taken. Over 200 pages containing trophy pictures of deer taken in Mississippi with a net score of 160 and above, several of which earned recognition by the Boone & Crockett Club and Pope and Young Club. Also included are charts and maps containing information that dates all the way back to 1895 when the oldest record for the program was killed. This data shows the soil regions in which these deer were taken and the land management status of each of these regions. Broken down by average gross score these charts show where the largest deer were taken and by which method. See the hunters who took these giants and read their stories. Some hunters are as young as 13 years old! This book is on sale now and retails for $15 plus $5 shipping per book. If ordering more than three books, please call to get the exact shipping charge. Go to www.mswildlife.org, visit the gift shop and place your online order today! Orders are also accepted by calling the Mississippi Wildlife Federation at (601) 605-1790. All major credit cards are accepted. Checks are accepted by mailing your order to: Mississippi Wildlife Federation, 517 Cobblestone Court, Suite 2, Madison, MS 39110. All orders must be in U.S. dollars.
 
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