Minnesota has big deer and big time deer hunters, so it’s not surprise that another nice buck was harvested this year on public land through some smart hunting. Minnesota’s tough winters make for large bodied deer, and large bodied deer tend to produce outstanding antler mass. But not only does the 16 point buck harvested by Chris Wenisch have mass, the buck has tine length, to0.
Source: Chris Wenisch, an environmental health specialist with the Kandiyohi County Public Health Department in Minnesota, tagged this 16-point public land prize one week after missing a tough shot on the buck at 30 yards. View the slideshow to learn how a smart move put Wenisch in perfect position to make the most of his second chance.