On December 3, about three weeks after my friend filmed the big non-typical, my trail camera caught his picture multiple times in the early morning. For almost one hour he hung around a corn feeder with several smaller bucks. My eyes almost bugged out of my head when I was checking trail cameras on December 4. There was no mistaking that it was the same buck from the video. He has a huge typical ten point frame, but both his G-2’s are forked like a mule deer. He also has some smaller kickers around his bases and at least one short drop tine on his left beam. My friend that filmed him said he could see three drop tines, but in the trail camera pictures I can only confirm one. My friend Joe, who knows deer and how to score them, estimated the buck at 180-inches, maybe more.