Drop tine deer are on almost every hunter’s bucket list. Add a second drop tine and curl it, you have the making of a true Legend. This deer was filmed for only 1 year in Western Wyoming’s winter range. What would be a good nickname for this deer? How many of you have harvested a mule deer with a dropper?
Legends Never Die is dedicated to bringing back the memories of bucks from the past that are considered “Legendary.” We have all seen photos of giant bucks from back in the hay day. Bucks that cause our jaws to drop open in disbelief. Leaving us dreaming about a chance to even see a buck of a lifetime like that EVER. In this segment, you will witness never before seen photos of Legendary deer like Popeye, Morty, King Crab and many more. This series of photos was taken by A. Ellis from 1989-1994 and brought back to life by us at www.ehuntr.com
All these deer roamed public land in Western Wyoming. Most living out their entire lives never to be taken by a hunter. Many deer in this series will have several years of photos taken through different seasons of the year. Photos documenting their lives as they grew to be the giants they became. When coming up with a name for this series of photos we used a spinoff of one of our favorite movies, The Sandlot.
Big Deer get remembered, but Legends Never Die. And I think you will all agree, these deer are true Legends of the West. Make sure to follow us for more info on these deer. Check us out in our Legends Never Die category under the Big Game dropdown on our home page.