Deer Hunter Takes Down Massive 17-Point Buck After Tracking it For Six Years

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David Miller first spotted the animal in 2013

After spending six years tracking and watching the animal grow, a hunter finally put down a massive buck. (David Miller Facebook image)

(FOX NEWS) – Some things are just worth waiting for. After spending six years tracking and watching the animal grow, a hunter finally put down a massive buck.

His patience paid off — as he now gets to say he took down a 17-pointer.

David Miller first spotted the animal in 2013, the West Virginia Gazette-Mail reported.

Miller and his friends had leased a piece of property in Mingo County, West Virginia, and would notice the impressive animal on a network of game cameras they had set up.

“The funny thing about that buck was that in the six years I followed him, I only ever saw him one time in the daylight,” Miller told the Gazette-Mail.

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Miller and his friends had leased a piece of property in Mingo County, West Virginia, and would notice the impressive animal on a network of game cameras they had set up. (David Miller Facebook image)

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