Seen this bull last week, and the buck a year ago with an even bigger whitetail with a droptine. I got 15 minutes of video of the bull! I was wondering if you guys had any pictures of sheds or animals that are really unique?
This is a pick of a giant whitetail I killed many years ago. I killed him during the gun season, after several unsuccessful attempts during the archery season. He weighed over 285 lbs. Very old buck, never saw antlers like that on a whitetail in my life. Sorry for all the gore.
Shot this buck about 15 years ago upon skinning I discovered he cracked his skull at the base and the way the skull healed he would have continued growing like this. Poor ******* the way it was , it basically blocked his vision of right eye ( probably reason why I was able to get the shot he walked up to tree and I was on his blindside lol )and antler was laying on the bridge of his nose.
Heres a pic of one we got all through out season last year. we thought maybe he broke his skull plate somehow but we have pics the entire season and nothing changed on him. His rack was firmly in place. I have pics of him with it buried in the ground while eating in my food plot. maybe its a birth defect. but hope he made it to this year, hes gonna have a heck of a spread if he did.
Mine would be the one I killed when I turned 18, my first buck ever, crazy looking 9 point with two main right beams, first main beam with the brow tine on it went almost straight up and forked giving him three points on that beam, second just grew two hughe tines straight out, left side was a flawless 4 points, shot this on state land!
I shot a big bull elk in Mt 3 yrs ago that had a huge main frame 6 pt on one side and a deformed 3 pt on the other side. The brow time went up instead of out, no 2s or 3s and a big chisel fourth pt. When we butchered it they found a broken carbon arrow with a four blade muzzy stuck in his neck. The wound was on the left side and the deformed horn on the right. We boned out 325 lbs of meat from him….huge body. Would probably have been around a 310 class elk if both horns were equal.
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