WATCH: Massive Buck Rips Off Another Deer’s Head with Antlers

by Joe Rutland
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Here’s a question for you deer-hunting fans. Where does a big buck happen to go when he’s carrying around another deer’s head?

Well, the scene below captures a buck walking across a road in a snowstorm. But you have to really look closely to see what the buck is carrying around with him.

It’s another deer’s face with the antlers still in tact.

Now there are no specifics given as to how the big buck happened to, um, acquire another set of antlers. It’s quite an amazing scene, for sure.

All hunters gather around the story here and take a look at this Instagram post. Make an informed guess as to what might have happened with the big buck and the deer who lost its face.

After seeing the video, what do you think happened with the big buck? No one really knows. But it sure does make for an interesting video, doesn’t it?

Louisiana Deer Hunter Bags 200-Pound Big Buck

A Louisiana deer hunter happened to be out looking for a big catch. Little did he realize that a 200-pound big buck was going to be a part of his hunting excursion.

Luis Rosales was out hunting on the day after Christmas. Rosales, 26, took off and went on his journey on public land

His trip ended up with a big payoff as he nabbed a 10-point buck using only a bow and arrow. The buck weighed over 200 pounds and had a 16-inch spread and a 162.5-inch green score.

“It’s more of a raw hunt,” Rosales said. “It’s a lot of work, but we have had a lot of success.”

He started hunting on public land eight years ago. Rosales and his brother, Eduardo, have a Facebook page and a YouTube channel called “Public Land Mafia” to promote hunting on public land.

“We want to inspire people to stay away from crime and to get into the woods and be hunters,” Rosales said.

“You have to put the work in for sure. We have laid eyes on some monsters. It’s not easy, but it’s rewarding if you’re willing to put in the work. We started the channel to inspire people to get out of their comfort zones and hunt public land and not limit themselves.”

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