21-Point Buck Arrowed Opening Weekend

GON Staff | September 11, 2006

Michael Almand of Madison arrowed this 21-pointer in Morgan County on the afternoon of September 9.

Michael Almand of Madison killed one of the biggest and certainly the most unusual buck GON has heard about during the bow-season opener.

Michael was hunting a Morgan County tract of land on Saturday evening of opening weekend, September 9, when he arrowed a 21-point, non-typcial buck that was still in velvet. The buck had no testicles, but it is not considered a hermaprodite deer because female organs were not present. It is not unusual for bucks that don’t have testicles, whether through injury or by birth, to grow abnormal, large racks that never shed their velvet.

Michael was not a GON subscriber when he killed the deer, so he couldn’t enter it in Truck-Buck.. but he’s signed up now!

When a big deer like this gets shot, family photos, complete with mom, dad and little brother, are a must.

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