Canada is known for producing monster deer and this beautiful Manitoba whitetail Clay Newcomb arrowed proves that.
Bear Hunting Magazine Editor Clay Newcomb was on a roll last year. Not only did he take public-land black bear on foot with a recurve bow in both Arkansas and in Oklahoma in 2016, but he also managed to arrow a really nice Manitoba whitetail on Halloween.
As Newcomb found during this hunt, deer in the Midwest and up in Canada get really, really big! Watch the video to see how it all went down for him on that chilly fall deer hunt north of the border.
Especially when compared to whitetail bucks from down south, this Manitoba whitetail looks like an absolute brute. That’s really saying something when the deer is so big in the body that it throws off your judgement of his antlers!