Missouri’s Possible Buck Of The Year Killed On Day 3 Of Season

Pope and Young scored this massive buck a 29, but the bowhunter says it should be a 39.

Missouri’s Possible Buck Of The Year Killed On Day 3 Of Season

Darrel Collision didn’t waste any time this bow season.

Only three days into the season, the Charity, Missouri, native bagged possibly Missouri’s biggest buck of the year, KOLR reports. The buck was green scored at 153 typical and had a 220 ½ gross and 208 1/8 net with 29 points by Pope and Young. However, Collision told the news station it should be totaled as 39 points.

“The deer was massive,” Collision told KOLR. “It’s the head I’ve always hunted for right here.”

Collision told KOLR the massive buck weighed between 250 and 275 pounds and said the rack will measure around 250 inches.

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