Hunter: Jeff Miles
Points: 13 (8L, 5R)
This was not the deer I was hunting. The deer came into my food plot around 8:40 a.m. but was not eating. I knew the deer had decent antlers but when I looked at him through the scope I noticed that he had double drop tines and was a special deer so I took him. We have had cameras set up since August but have never seen him before. The deer had a parrot looking snout way more than just Roman nosed, but I didn’t notice that till I was able to get to him and look at him. I guess he was born that way because he didn’t appear to have a previous fracture across the bridge of his nose. The deer was abnormally small weighing in at only 130 pounds live weight due to not being able to eat very well I guess. We pulled the jaw bone and he was aged at a definite 5 1/2 possibly 6 1/2. He is definitely a special deer and a once in a lifetime buck, and I’m very excited about getting him mounted.