What monetary price would you pay to take down a genetically engineered trophy buck?
Deer season is in full swing all across the county. It’s well-known how much money deer season brings to local markets and industries from hunter participation in the sport. Hunters searching for a trophy buck are known to do almost anything.
However, would you pay $20,000 to take down an engineered genetic freak of a deer?
Legends Ranch, located in Bitely, Michigan, offers some of largest trophy bucks that the world has ever seen to any hunter that has a wallet big enough to buy the tag. Pampered hunters are given full service guiding, lodging, and a 24-hour on-call personal masseuse.
To see this for yourself, below is a video you don’t want to miss.
Good grief. If you didn’t already know, deer hunting is quickly turning into a rich man’s sport just by the growing business of hunting leases. But then places like Legends Ranch provide more proof that you need to have money to hunt now.
I’ve never been a fan of high fence ranches, and whatever Legends Ranch is, it’s not hunting. Any hunter who takes a deer from that place and brags about it should never be allowed another hunting license. It is a little funny how their guides try to make high fence hunting sound difficult, though.
What do you think? Is their “small fee” worth it?