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Hunting West Virginia

The West Virginia Pine Buck

by Game & Fish Staff   |  January 26th, 2012 8

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Using leftover scraps of pine from a log cabin build, West Virginia native Terry Phillips carved an incredible trophy buck that if real, would have netted 240+ inches typical! What makes his feat even more impressive is that this was Terry’s first ever attempt at carving! His wife Mary passed along images of his journey (which took six months) that we’re sharing with you. Enjoy!

  • anneoakley

    SPECTACULAR!!! YOU WILL BE RECEIVING JOB OFFERS SOON! I AM YOUR #1 FAN. HOW MUCH WOULD IT COST FOR SOMETHING SIMILIAR TO THIS AND ALSO TO SEND IT TO NEW CARLISLE, IN? I WOULD LIKE TO BE YOUR FIRST CUSTOMER:) WELL DONE! GOOD LUCK W/JOB OFFERINGS!

  • kentuckybowdude

    AWESOME,,,, I HAVE ALWAYS THOUGHT OF DOING SOMETHING LIKE THAT AN NEVER REALLY KNOWED HOW TO START. VERY NICE WORK. WILL YOU BE SHOWING IT AT ANY SHOWS?

  • RAYBOW

    VERY NICE!!
    WHAT'S NEXT?
    I THINK YOU MAY HAVE FOUND YOUR HIDDEN TALENT
    I WONDER IF PITA WILL APROVE
    KEEP GOING U R GOOD
    HAPPY TRAILS

  • Allan Schwindt

    Mr. Phillips:

    As a fellow wood carver and friend of other carvers who do similar work, I'd sure like to converse with you on the subject.

    Best regards, Allan Schwindt

  • Devin Beebe

    I own an outfitting camp in Saskatchewan and I am building a new log hunting lodge and would like to know how I can buy some of this guys work so I can have it in my lodge Please give me a call my number is 1 306 821 2726 and my website is timberlostoutfitting.com

  • Jason

    What? No drop tine? If he can do this with a few leftover scraps I'd love to see the cabin with the actual good wood.

  • Mel Heath

    Does Terry have an email address or tel.phone #
    Mel

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