Trail Cam Captures Four Monster Bucks Walking Through Snow Together In Canada

Group of bucks
Brock Bolger

This is every hunter’s dream.

You set up your trail camera in hopes of seeing at least one deer like this at your hunting spot, let alone four of them together. This video shows a group of MONSTER bucks traveling in a group, and the cynic in me thinks that it’s too good to be true.

If this video is fabricated, and there’s some clever and seamless frame editing, props to whoever worked on it for doing such a good job with it. Color me fooled by the internet thanks to a combination of good editing and me wanting this video to be true.

And on the other hand, if this video is authentic, this has to be some of the wildest trail camera footage that’s ever been recorded. Male deer are known to sometimes travel together – outside of mating season of course – so it’s not out of the norm for them to adopt the herd mentality from time to time. It’s far more common in high fence ranches where deer are more likely to herd up (as a number of the comments have alleged).

But according to the caption from Brock Bulger up in Ontario, Canada, these are wild deer. All of these deer have at the very least 8-point racks and would easily score 140 or better. Seeing this pop up on your trail camera would be enough to send a seasoned hunter into cathartic shock.

Don’t even get me started on if you were in your tree stand or blind and saw these four beasts walking your way. You’d literally have to play “eeny meeny miny moe” to choose which one you’d want to target, and even then, it wouldn’t make much a difference. Any of those bucks would be an automatic qualifier to be mounted in the man cave.

Take a look at the video of the four bucks walking through the snow in single file and see if you think it’s a dream come true or too good to be true:

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