Perfect for trail-cam Monday, this monster is the coolest buck I have seen growing in 2015. Knowing my obsession with drop-tine bucks and junky racks in general, a hunter sent me the following:
I thought you would enjoy this buck. Been after him for a few years. He has a storied history on our farm. I believe he’s 5 this year. He was a 4×6 last year with a small drop tine where his left brow tine should have been. I don’t know what all he has going on this year. I really hope to see him this fall. He has been completely nocturnal for the last two archery seasons.
Good luck man, I hope this is your year. Look forward to posting the full story of your successful hunt when you stick him, keep us posted.
If the sight of this buck does not fire you up for the coming season nothing will!
Talosi ilmeisesti vielä tekee rahaa
pokeri , mutta ei perinteisellä ottaa tappiot ja ottaa
todennäköisyys tyypillisesti sen kuin anyways .
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Wow is right ! That’s one kick ass deer. Good luck, hope to see more pics of him especially with your hands holding up the rack
Sweet! Good luck finding him and I hope you get a chance at him…I love neat bucks like that with a story line. And Cary has a good point- best of luck.
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His right antler looks almost normal, I would say he sustained an injury on the right side of his body sometime to make the left side so freakish. Cool looking buck, though. If he has not been seen for the last two archery seasons then he may not be nocturnal as suggested, he may be rutting two or three miles away like many bucks do, and then return after the rutting season.
HOLY BIG FREAK!!! If the date on the camera is correct, can you imagine what he looks like now? And, then in another month? Best of luck to the hunter!