Three Bucks Lock Antlers



For guys that eat, sleep, and breathe deer hunting and management for them there is nothing worse than finding an unannounced dead buck in your hunting area. We all know that some bucks die each year because of injuries they receive while fighting during the rut. We’ve even heard the stories of two bucks locking antlers and dying in the field. It happens from time to time. Nature can be cruel. But have you ever heard of three bucks with locked antlers? Yep, it’s a first for me too, but here are the pictures of these Ohio brutes floating dead in the water.

A landowner in Ohio found 3 big whitetail bucks with their antlers all locked together and floating in a creek. Talk about a buzz-kill! It’s one thing to find one, two or even three bucks dead, but did they all have to score 130+ inches? Actually, the smallest buck was around 130 inches and the largest was 170 Boone and Crockett inches! If I had found these bucks on my deer lease I’d have hang it up for the season.


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