Good looking buck, too. Do you live in Williamson County? I think I remember discussing that recently. There are some good deer around those parts. My uncle lives on 5 acres in the heart of Round Rock and he backs up to brushy creek. There's a good unofficial greenbelt around the creek that can't be developed, and they have some studs that come up behind the house. Its not that unusually to see a 140" in his backyard. Of course, he drives over an hour out to Lometa in Lampasas county and never sees a deer with that caliber of antlers. That's the way it goes, though, with city deer that are protected and can reach full maturity.
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