Muzzy Moment: Illinois Hunter Kills 30-Point Antlered Doe

Muzzy Moment: Illinois Hunter Kills 30-Point Antlered Doe

Here at North American Whitetail, we receive tons of photos and videos of some freakish whitetail. Rarely, though, do we get anything as different as a 30-point antlered doe.

Richard Lomas, of Illinois, shot what he thought was a mature, non-typical buck. Much to everyone's surprise, his "buck" turned out to be a doe. Not only is an antlered doe extremely rare, but the rack it's sporting is definitely one of the more bizarre racks we've seen.

Check out the 30-point antlered doe in this Muzzy Moment segment:


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