Corey W. shared this huge shed on Facebook. From the looks of the green mold and the chewed beam tip, the white-grade antler had been lying out there for a couple years. What a great secret souvenir! Corey said:
A true Canadian Monarch!!! 5 point side, typical, nearly 90 inches!!! This is type of deer that roam the wilds of Saskatchewan!
Yes. Although the antler quality has been down the last couple of years in the region of northern Saskatchewan where I hunt, the possibility of running across a buck that grows and sheds an antler like this is why I keep going back up there every November.
BTW, this is a typical antler for Saskatchewan, super heavy mass throughout and stout and somewhat clubby tines.
That mass is something else. I would love to shoot one with 6″+ bases one day.
I wonder if that buck is still alive.
If so, I wonder what he looks like now.
Wonder how much that thing weighs?