A Hole-In-The-Horn For Halloween!

One of history's most famous whitetails was the inspiration for this clever pumpkin carving by Roy Arensberg of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

The Hole-In-The-Horn buck was found dead in Portage County, OH, in the early 1940s. To this day, it remains the No. 2 non-typical whitetail of all time in the Boone and Crockett record book.

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