Darrell Berg of Rock Lake, N.D., shot this whitetail buck on his land near Rock Lake during North Dakota’s deer gun season. According to his mother-in-law, Wynn Haberstroh, who submitted the photo, Berg had spent 35 days bowhunting trying to bag the buck before shooting it with a Browning 30-.06 rifle at a distance of 250 yards. The buck, which has a nontypical rack, has 16 countable points (eight on each side), including a 4½-inch drop tine and a 14-inch double main beam. The buck weighed 225 pounds field-dressed, Haberstroh writes.
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