Buck of the Week: Unplugged on Chicago’s Northwest Side

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By the looks of submissions, we are in full mode for running BOTW: Unplugged for the next several months, probably into February.

Rich Lynch photographed this big buck on Monday behind the firehouse at Peterson and Pulaski.

Send nominations for BOTW: Unplugged, the weekly celebration in season of live big bucks around Chicago outdoors, to straycasts@sbcglobal.net.

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