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#6152454 - 01/24/16 05:37 PM Progression of a 201 inch LF B&C Book deer
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This is a few years back but still fun to see the progression. The first video is of him at age 4. The next pictures are of him at age 5 - we found one side of his shed and measured it and came up with 175 inches as a nine point. Letting a 175 inch 9 point walk was no easy task.

We were in the middle of a horrible drought but he put on 26 inches that year. We got him on trail camera and I got video of him before the season started while he was in velvet. Deer of a lifetime.



VIDEO AT AGE 4

[img]http://i1289.photobucket.com/albums/b512/tkennedy5353/th_Movie_zps3ktxybyw.mp4[/img]



STILL PICTURE AT AGE 5 - 175 INCH 9 POINT






VIDEO AT AGE 5



[img]http://i1289.photobucket.com/albums...f1bvh.mp4[/img]

STILL PICTURES AT AGE 6 - 201 INCHES







VIDEO AT AGE 6

[img]http://i1289.photobucket.com/albums...5c4ef.mp4[/img]




THE FINAL PRODUCT!



Edited by tlk (01/24/16 09:23 PM)
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#6152480 - 01/24/16 05:51 PM Re: Progression of a 201 inch LF B&C Book deer [Re: tlk]
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Amazing ..... thanks for posting these pics.
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#6152481 - 01/24/16 05:51 PM Re: Progression of a 201 inch LF B&C Book deer [Re: tlk]
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Gulp. Very nice and good things eventually come to those that take the chance on letting a special deer walk another year. Congrats.
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#6152507 - 01/24/16 05:59 PM Re: Progression of a 201 inch LF B&C Book deer [Re: tlk]
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Great progression on a really great buck. One thing I have learned is there no "genetics" added to any feed label. Bucks like that are special and rare due to them having the genetics to grow that big. I am one to always think what could a deer like this have done if he had the benefit of some normal rainfall years throughout his life if he did that in a drought year.
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#6152537 - 01/24/16 06:09 PM Re: Progression of a 201 inch LF B&C Book deer [Re: tlk]
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Awesome deer....
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#6152563 - 01/24/16 06:22 PM Re: Progression of a 201 inch LF B&C Book deer [Re: tlk]
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Symmetry, mass, character, length and even width. He's got the total package. Congratulations!
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#6152568 - 01/24/16 06:24 PM Re: Progression of a 201 inch LF B&C Book deer [Re: tlk]
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I love seeing pictures of the deer from your place! Very nice!
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#6152580 - 01/24/16 06:27 PM Re: Progression of a 201 inch LF B&C Book deer [Re: tlk]
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#6152587 - 01/24/16 06:28 PM Re: Progression of a 201 inch LF B&C Book deer [Re: tlk]
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A heck of a Buck.
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#6152596 - 01/24/16 06:32 PM Re: Progression of a 201 inch LF B&C Book deer [Re: tlk]
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Holy cow!
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#6152597 - 01/24/16 06:32 PM Re: Progression of a 201 inch LF B&C Book deer [Re: tlk]
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He would make the top of anybody's list

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#6152769 - 01/24/16 07:46 PM Re: Progression of a 201 inch LF B&C Book deer [Re: tlk]
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Great looking buck.
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#6152786 - 01/24/16 07:52 PM Re: Progression of a 201 inch LF B&C Book deer [Re: dogcatcher]
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Great looking buck.
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#6152811 - 01/24/16 08:04 PM Re: Progression of a 201 inch LF B&C Book deer [Re: stxranchman]
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Originally Posted By: stxranchman
Great progression on a really great buck. One thing I have learned is there no "genetics" added to any feed label. Bucks like that are special and rare due to them having the genetics to grow that big. I am one to always think what could a deer like this have done if he had the benefit of some normal rainfall years throughout his life if he did that in a drought year.


I agree - end of the day genetics takes the first spot. Someone told me years ago that if you want to kill a big deer (or any other animal) you have to start by finding an area where there are big animals. Find where the good genetics are and then work your rear off to capitalize and improve what mother nature provided - we are very very fortunate to have found an area with the genes. Thanks for letting me share -


Edited by tlk (01/25/16 05:43 AM)
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#6152818 - 01/24/16 08:07 PM Re: Progression of a 201 inch LF B&C Book deer [Re: tlk]
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by the way - his G2's were a hair shy of 15 inches


Edited by tlk (01/25/16 05:43 AM)
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