Here’s a look at some of the top October bucks we’ve seen taken from across the U.S. from this 2011 season.
Hunting a woodlot behind his home, Chris was able to put this Ohio monster on the ground. The buck green grossed 194 6/8 inches.
Photo hint; take a moment to clean up your buck before the photo shot. Beautiful buck for sure, but the muzzle…
So Rich, your telling me if you would have killed any of these gaints you would have been calm and collected enough to clean their muzzles up? Maybe some make up and lipstick would make them real nice and pretty. Id be so excited, that would be the last thing id think of, good job to all 15 of you guys, all unbelieveable monsters!
I give em all a pass due to the excitement of what they did.
Rich…go back to photographing models but please make sure they clean up their muzzles first.
Leave him alone rich your just jellious. How many bucks like that have you shot. Keep those comments to your self.
Hey Rich…shut up!….Thanks
It looks just fine…what a mess of antlers that is…congrats Grady!
Jon; Fine timber harvest dude!
Scott; 255? How gnarly is that rack!
I think this was photoshpped….
sounds like a little muzzel envy to me!
I see pictures of hunter's with their their kills all the time with bloody body parts or the tongue hanging out.
The hunting fraternity is under attack by the anti hunting movement everyday. Most Americans are neutral when it comes to the hunting debate. We do not need to increase the ranks of the anti hunting movement with a horrible site in a photo or driving on the freeway.
That's right, let's keep right on trying to please the Left ( that's who is ultimately against guns, hunting, and our traditions )… they're going to be "offended" that you took the picture in the first place, OR that you took that poor animal's life… We'll never make them happy and they'll never leave us alone, EVER.
if people dont like seeing blood dont look i hate to see them gut a deer
thats my uncle. good job!