A Story About a Big White-tailed Buck
I received this “big buck story” via email, so don’t take these unconfirmed facts to heart. Allegedly, the big buck pictured above is named “Heart Attack.” I can plainly see why; this buck has it all. Admittedly, I would probably feel some chest pains rather quickly if this monster white-tailed buck stepped out in front of me! Although I am not a proponent of shooting deer with ear tags, I don’t hold anything against those that do.
With that said, here is how the “Heart Attack” story goes:
“Some guys went on a deer capture in Uvalde County, Texas, about 2-weeks ago and netted this whitetail, “Heart Attack.” The deer scored roughly 248 Boone & Crockett inches. He has 21 points, an inside spread of 32 1/2 inches and an outside spread of 34 1/2 inches.
The big buck is only 4-years old. If you hunt, that probably means something to you. If you don’t, this will. They put a price tag on him of $1 million dollars.
Enjoy the photos. There is one of Heart Attack in velvet and the others are once they had him captured.”