Freakish Gigantic Buck: Do You Think This is Fenced or Free Range?

This is one gigantic buck with width and mass and droptines! It definitely is a beast.

Deer this large have several things going for them including genetics, a wonderful supply of forage and usually little to no hunting pressure. Bucks this big wandering around during the day definitely are comfortable in their surroundings.

It was originally posted on Vimeo by James Fraught, and the post says it’s a free range buck. What do you think? Free range or fenced? Tell us what you think!

 

8 thoughts on “Freakish Gigantic Buck: Do You Think This is Fenced or Free Range?

  1. Mr. Droptine

    James,
    Awesome buck! I would have definetly said wild, free range animal. I have video taped 7-8 bucks over 200″ myself in the wild. My passion is droptine bucks and I really enjoyed this video!!!!
    Good luck on either killing him or possbly finding his shed antlers this season!!!
    I have to laugh at everyone that wants to scream fenced or pen raised deer every time there’s a monster caught on video or pictures. Not all monster deer live behind a fence .
    Good luck with him. If you get anymore footage, let us know!

  2. jameslfaught

    This is a free range buck. I took this video of him using the iSpotter on a spotting scope. At the point in the video he turns around it was because a truck stopping on the highway behind me and I was afraid he would spook. I went to video this deer intentionally as I knew he was using this field. I also videoed several other deer that same afternoon as they came out to feed. Hope you enjoyed!!
    Thanks
    James Faught

  3. jameslfaught

    Sorry guys. This deer is not in a fence. I shot the video and many others have photographed him from a highway in our area. Think what you want cause I was the one fortunate enough to see him with my own eyes and get some video. Enjoy watching everyone else!!!

    1. jameslfaught

      This is a free range buck. I took this video of him using the iSpotter on a spotting scope. At the point in the video he turns around it was because a truck stopping on the highway behind me and I was afraid he would spook. I went to video this deer intentionally as I knew he was using this field. I also videoed several other deer that same afternoon as they came out to feed. Hope you enjoyed!!
      Thanks
      James Faught

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