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Harvested a nice buck this year just wanted to know if I should insure it, if so how much. 24 point non typical 226 3/8 net.Hig

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  • Harvested a nice buck this year just wanted to know if I should insure it, if so how much. 24 point non typical 226 3/8 net.Hig

    Harvested a nice buck this year just wanted to know if I should insure it, if so how much. 24 point non typical 226 3/8 net.Highest scoring deer at the missouri whitetail classic.

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    You should be able to purchase a rider on your homeowners insurance policy. I would say $10,000 would be a good amount. Make sure the rider is for the stated amount and not what the insurance compay thinks is the actual cash value. It may save you a lot of agruing in the future.

    Congrats. That's one heck of a deer!

    You got any pics?

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    • #3
      Yes, like buckhunter says..."Where are the pictures?" That's one hell of a buck. I'd love to see it. Do all of your fellow members a favor and show us what a true duke looks like. Congrats!!!!! Was it a farm or private land? Tell us the story.

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      • #4
        i want to see the pics if you got any. to answer your question i would do the same as buckhunter.

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        • #5
          I would have it insured, something like that you can't replace on your own. I'm like everyone else, I want to see some pictures of that monster.

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          • #6
            I know of someone who sold a typical, 204 3/8, for $25,000 dollars. I personally wouldn't have sold it ... he's sorry that he did!
            I'd insure it for more than $10,000 dollars. That's a good startin' point.
            Did you ever post the picture of the buck?

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            • #7
              That's a hell of a buck, congrats! That said, i never want to be OVERinsured.

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              • #8
                Ditto Buckhunter

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                • #9
                  You guys can see a 242 inch 31 pt non-typical bowkill by Steve Binkley (southern Iowa very close to MO) by checking my photos. I took the pic of the buck with the Taxidermist that did the mount. A B&C official said this is one of the 3 best in the last 2 years nationwide.
                  dwalker1 I for one would sure like to see your deer also.

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                  • #10
                    You'll probably need an appraisal before they will insure it. Not even sure who to go to for an appraisal though. If your homeowners won't insure it there are a couple of specialty companies that will. Your agent should be able to work with them.

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                    • #11
                      I forgot to tell you, the 204 3/8ths, is the one in my avatar ... it's the Kentucky State record,Typical.

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                      • #12
                        Agreed with buckhunter answer above and A + 1 for you sir!!!

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