Bowhunter Luke Muldoon of Bowie, Maryland, loves to watch whitetails year round, especially during the warm months when bucks start putting on horn. The story of his short-but-sweet hunt of this 180-class, double-drop-tine giant shows how long hours of summer scouting can pay off with quick fall success.
Maryland resident and bowhunter Luke Muldoon spent the spring and summer scouting a monster buck he first spotted last October. He watched as he grew a serious rack that developed double drop tines by opening day. Steve Hill talked with the hunter and learned how patience and a dedication to glassing landed Muldoon this elusive 180-class giant.