Inver Grove Heights man wins World Championship Big Buck Hunter tournament

An Inver Grove Heights man can now say he's the best in the world. Nick Robbins took home the top prize of $15,000 at the World Championship Big Buck Hunter tournament in Chicago over the weekend.
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An Inver Grove Heights man can now say he's the best in the world. Nick Robbins took home the top prize of $15,000 at the World Championship Big Buck Hunter tournament in Chicago over the weekend.

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