Lloyd Dempster has had an amazing run of Magnolia State bucks this fall at the lease he hunts in Claiborne County, Miss.
On Oct. 15, he took a 134-inch 9-pointer while bowhunting, then followed that up with a truly majestic 200-inch buck on Dec. 2 with his Browning .270.
That giant buck sported a massive rack with an 18-inch spread and main beams stretching 27 inches.
The non-typical taped out at 201 4/8 inches, grossing 205 5/8 inches.
If that net score holds out, it would be the 30th largest non-typical deer ever killed in the state, according to the Mississippi Magnolia Records.
For the complete story on Dempster’s hunt of a lifetime, click here.