Teen shoots amazing 11-point on opening day of muzzleloader season
After three years as just acquaintances, Alec Robertson of Reidsville, N.C., finally got to meet an old friend.
Robertson, an 18-year-old community college student, had three years worth of trail-camera photos of a glorious white buck on some family property in his home county. He saw it for the first time this past Saturday around 6:15, and killed the big buck moments later on opening day of blackpowder season in Rockingham County.
The buck, an albino, carried a main-frame 9-point rack with two sticker points on the base of its left antler, and was 17 inches wide, in addition to weighing 212 pounds on the hoof. Maybe not the biggest trophy killed this season — but likely a trophy that won’t be duplicated.
For more details on this incredible buck, check out the full story from our friend at CarolinaSportsman.com.
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