Nathan Olsen discovered a pair of antlers, one of which belonged to a deer he caught on his trail cam. The deer is expected to break Wisconsin's current record for highest-scoring buck.
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Nathan Olsen couldn't believe his luck when he found a pair of bucks who died after their antlers got locked during a fight. One of the deer could set a new record as the state's largest buck.
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