Well, I went and checked my trail camera today and I can’t tell you how excited I am to see a giant Kansas whitetail on my trail camera.
Giant Kansas Whitetail Pictures
I got a giant Kansas whitetail on the trail camera right behind my house. He is a main frame 12 pointer with great tine length and great mass and we believe he will score in the upper 170’s easily and we have named him “Horn Donkey”. He is officially on our hit list. DHBB Pro-Staffer Troy will be here next week and we will be trying to get the giant Kansas whitetail on film deer hunting in the mid-west. This is the second buck that I have gotten pictures of so far that we believe will go 170 plus. And the big boys are starting to get a little frisky and the next couple of weeks of deer hunting ought to be crazy. I can’t wait to get out and film some of the intense rut action here in the heartland. And there is no challenge as exciting as matching wits with a giant Kansas whitetail.
I will be filming for a buddy of mine this week and he has some really nice bucks showing up on his properties as well. Hopefully we can get some big deer down. I just love this time of year, when the big boys start chasing and cruising, there is nothing like being in the woods when the rut action heats up. I plan on getting out as filming hunts as much as possible during the next few weeks. How about where you hunt, are you starting to get any big boys on your trail camera? This is the time of year to get out and stay in the woods as much as possible, even stay out all day if possible. The more time you can spend in the woods the better your odds of seeing a mature buck will be. Even if you are not getting any pictures of the big boys if you have does on your property eventually the big boy will show up, and he may even be a buck that you have never seen before. So get out and log those hours in the woods to increase your chances of seeing that big brute you have been dreaming of. If you get a buck send us some pictures and the story and we will try to get them on here to share with our readers. Good luck everyone!
I wanted to remind everyone to stay safe out there and wear those safety harnesses. Just last week I heard some sad news about a guy that was Bill Jordan’s long time camera-man. Apparently he fell out of a tree and he passed away. Us hunters are all brothers and sisters and it is sad to hear one of our brothers has died from a accident in the outdoors. Our thoughts and prayers are with Mike’s family and friends. I wasn’t sure if I should say something about this unfortunate accident but if I can help save but one person from being injured or dieing then it is something that I felt I should mention. Stay safe out there everyone, it only takes a split second for an accident to happen.