Most Michigan state bowhunters would tell you that there are just no more big whitetail bucks left in their great state. We believe Michigan Conservation Officer, Mike Msher, may just have to disagree with this.
Just recently Mike was at a farm in Allegan County, in the southwestern portion of the state. There he was killing some local, crippled geese. As Mike ventured out onto a frozen cattail swamp (presumably to retrive one) he happened across the find of a lifetime. Two Monstrous bucks were locked in battle (possibly from years earlier) and buried in the winter ice and brush.
We don’t have any more information other than this short story and this one photo. It’s of CO Mike Msher, and the well over 300" of locked bone grasped in his hands! Wow, what a find!