When deer hunters hear the term “unique antlers” they often first think about a gnarly non-typical rack or maybe a big buck with droptines that look like handles.
But in December 2015, Casey Burnett of Alabama killed what definitely classifies as a unique buck. He and his lease partner saw the buck on their game cameras three months earlier and began plans to hunt it. Then Burnett was successful in December on a mid-morning hunt with his rifle.
Deer hunters and biologists call this a cactus buck. Pretty obvious, yeah? The knobby antlers are usually covered all or in part with velvet….