19-Point Public Land Michigan Buck Killed on Thanksgiving Evefox17online.com
A public-land Michigan buck hit the ground on the first day of rifle season, and it’s a big one.
In Michigan, a state where giant bucks are rare, Eric Hysell of Saranac downed a 19-point public-land whitetail. Officials haven’t officially scored the deer yet, but it’s safe to say it’ll do well.
Hysell the buck at 8:10 a.m. the Wednesday before Thanksgiving with his .30-378 rifle at an incredible distance of 193 yards in the Manistee National Forest in Mason County.
The buck boasts giant main beams and even contains a kicker coming off of the G2 tine, as well as a gnarly drop tine. This is truly the buck of a lifetime.
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