An amazing non-typical buck was killed last week.
News Ok reports: a buck that would have made any hunter’s trophy room was (recently) found in an east Edmond neighborhood. The 28-point buck, which was struck by a motorist who left the scene, was found…and recovered by the City of Edmond, which turned it over to the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation.
An official Boone and Crockett score put tape to the rack and came up with 236 3/8″ green.
The story goes on to say that there will be more road kills over the next few weeks. Statistics show that the chances of a driver hitting a deer in Oklahoma more than double in October and then almost double again as the rut rocks in November.