Deer & Deer Hunting

WHO SHOT THE BUCK OF LOVE?

George Love picked up movement as soon as several deer crested a hilltop. One of them was the buck of a lifetime, the one he had been following during the last two hunting seasons.

Love first saw the buck in 2014. It was a nice 2½-year-old then, and from several trail camera photos, he judged it to have a 120-inch rack. Love could have killed him in archery season — most hunters would have taken

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