In case you ever wondered what a 240-class mule deer looks like, here is some great footage of one being taken in Utah’s Henry Mountains.
Having the chance to take a 240-class mule deer is truly a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity and the vast majority of hunters will never even see, let alone have the opportunity to shoot, a 240-class mule deer.
Even when hunting in Utah’s Henry Mountains, which have some of the best mule deer hunting in the world, deer this size are still incredibly rare.
Watch the video to see just how massive a 240-class mule deer truly is.
Congratulations to this hunter for taking such a gigantic deer, which scored 241 inches using the SCI scale.
No matter how you slice it, 240-class mule deer certainly don’t grow on trees, even in the Henry Mountains.