Randy Goodman, 49, thought that he had the better of a deer when he shot a 240-pound buck with his .270 caliber rifle. This deer, however, refused to become venison before getting a little vengeance. The amazing thing is that this is not the most embarrassing hunting story this season.
Thinking the buck was dead, Goodman approached him only to have the deer jump up and attack him with his seven-point antlers. Goodman described it as “15 seconds of hell.” It was not that great a couple of minutes for the deer either, which he shot two more times to kill.
At least he survive. Dennis Farmer was initially listed as having died after falling out of a tree strand but is now believed to have had an heart attack before or after the fall. Click <a href=”“>here.
The most embarrassed hunter, however, may be Matthew Marcum of Oregon who was shot in his buttocks by his own dog in a boat during a duck hunt.
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