One of the biggest things that haunts those serious about whitetail hunting is finding a big, road-killed buck. Unfortunately, that is exactly what happened down in Milam County near Alcoa. This big non-typical white-tailed buck was found on the side of the road, but it’s not the first. There was another respectable non-typical buck found in Milam County in 2008.
It seems that big bucks in this area are making a habit out of getting hit by vehicles. Or it’s probably that there are simply a good number of high quality bucks running around out there. Whatever is going on, the area is obviously producing some big bucks and would be a great area to go hunting, I just wish we would see more photos with hunters behind those deer!