A Ten Pont Whitetail Buck with a handsome rack. Whitetail buck and every once in a while, some does will get a hornlike, bony, deciduous growths, usually elongated and branched, on the head. Whtietail antler growth usually begins during the month of March or April, and at the end of winter, the whitetail sheds the antlers one after the other. Some heavy-horned bucks get unbelievable antlers, some are incredible typical buck and many get a large number of Boone and Crockett points, these are your big world record trophy whitetails. (Previous) (Next) (Deer Thumbnails) (Main Page)
The Whitetail DeerI heard this story from the old man who was really my great-uncle and here is the scuttle butt or rumor that I have been told of a rack with 42 tines and a basic circumference of six inches with outside spread of about 27 inches. The story seemed to be too unbelievable for even me, so if the story was true, the whitetail would have been an incredible buck.
A pair of 10 point antlers.
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Where: 100 Mile radius of Richwood
Photographer: Roger Buck
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100 Mile radius of Richwood
Copyright © 2003 Photographer, Roger Buck, Picture currently forth-nine picture of 54 pictures of live deer