Check out this antlered doe taken by Kansas hunter, Mike Smith, with a 100 yard shot in a wooded area. The buck turned out to be a 27 point non-typical with double drops and still in velvet. But it also turned out to be, not a buck at all. Mike is quoted as saying, “When I rolled it over there was nothing male-looking on the deer. I looked at the back end and it was definitely a doe. That was a real surprise.”
Mike thought the rack and velvet was because a buck had gotten injured while the antlers were growing, which sometimes happens with whitetails. The final doe will be full body mounted with the velvet still on the rack. This could be the largest antlered doe on record but with out the velvet removed, it won't be officially scored.