There is a lot of hype in the deer hunting world about taking a trophy buck. Judging from the emails and pictures we receive at Moultrie it seems like there is no clear definition of a trophy buck. One hunter’s trophy is another hunter’s cull. Moultrie wants to know, what constitutes a trophy buck? Does it depend on where the deer is taken? On one hunting property in the country, a small basket-racked buck may be considered a trophy. While in a different part of the country, a deer would have to score over 200 to be considered a trophy deer. Is a deer a trophy if it is the biggest buck you have ever taken? If you ask a dozen hunters what a trophy buck is, you will probably get a dozen different answers. So let us know by leaving a comment: what does it take for a buck to be a trophy deer?