walk last season in hopes of them maturing or putting on a few more inches.
I have/had access to 80 acres and only hunted the east 40. I knew the 40 to the west was about to have new neighbors, also new hunting neighbors a short distance to the east, so the honey hole is shrinking.
Thats alright for I would rather pass on a nice not fully mature buck and hope I see him bigger and badder next year, versus shooting one to say I shot a nice buck. To each their own not knocking anyone who does
I saw these bucks on multiple occasions over a two week period from about mid Nov. through Dec 5.
Not a big one but got dang near next to the blind
This is a nice main frame 10 with a split brow, saw him many times.
This is a stud young 8 that in 2 or 3 years should be awesome.
Only saw this young Huge Body 8 once when he briefly stepped out by the feeder and the 10 ran him off.
And this big boy with a tall rack but short tines reminds me of what I see a lot of panhandle type bucks.