By the green foliage on the trees, and the wound on the side of the deer, I'm guessing archery season? I'm looking at the neck and it's not swollen yet, so this must be opening weekend of archery season? I hunt in East Texas, and our mature deer, lets say 4.5 and up, have beam length between 21-24" long. This could be a big factor in this particular deer when scoring it, because I've only killed one deer in the southern region of texas that would amount to a hill of beans. The deer was 7.5yrs old and only had 18" beams. The body weight of that deer in the pic looks light. At my very first glance, with me hunting mostly in east texas, in about a half a second, I told myself that's a 150, but if that deer's from the south, the beams could definitely drop the score at least 5". But even so, I would hope he scored better than the high 130's. If that was an east texas deer, it would be a 150. The deer that I killed in travis county was a 12pt and looked like a 150 on the hoof, but when I walked up to him after the shot, he was in the mid 120s. If you put a guy in a situation where he's hunting smaller bodied deer, he'll almost always big-eye the rack because he's used to hunting deer that are 50-100lbs bigger. Kinda like the opposite of going to Canada and looking at a 160 and thinking he's a 140.
Runnin'em down like a dog has always worked best for me.