Chuck Rorie, of Monroe, N.C., thought he had shot a buck when he killed this eight-pointer in Sedgwick County. It turned out to be a rare doe with antlers.
Chuck Rorie, of Monroe, N.C., thought he had shot a buck when he killed this eight-pointer in Sedgwick County. It turned out to be a rare doe with antlers. Courtesy photo
Chuck Rorie, of Monroe, N.C., thought he had shot a buck when he killed this eight-pointer in Sedgwick County. It turned out to be a rare doe with antlers. Courtesy photo

Deer hunter’s 8-point trophy wasn’t a buck

December 05, 2014 8:22 PM

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