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Burnet County Buck Thoughts #8955967 11/15/23 05:14 PM
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I'm noticiing smaller deer overall and rack size as well what do you think of these?

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Re: Burnet County Buck Thoughts [Re: Cowboy/Bear] #8955990 11/15/23 06:13 PM
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In those pics, looks like a 3yr old.


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Re: Burnet County Buck Thoughts [Re: Cowboy/Bear] #8956000 11/15/23 06:36 PM
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yep, younger buck but looks like most bucks that age around the Burnet area that isn't managed or protein fed. What part of Burnet County?


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Re: Burnet County Buck Thoughts [Re: PMK] #8956452 11/16/23 04:48 PM
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Marble Falls

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Originally Posted by Cowboy/Bear
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there some pretty good deer around that area if they can get 5+ years on them ... hard to do with smaller tracts of land


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2nd buck is older than 3.5, maybe much so. I'd be looking to see him in person and get a better idea. As for smaller, it's been a rough two years of drought-give peace a chance.


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We were on a 300 acre LF lease right outside of Marble Falls two seasons ago. My SIL took this buck. Scored 160.

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We had a big (4500 acres) family ranch outside of Marble Falls near Round Mountain for much longer than I've been alive and the typical mature deer we'd see were around 130-135" 8-10 points. The last year before my cousins decided to sell we took a 160" 12 point off of it which was by far the best deer we'd ever seen there


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