WBP I have lots of pics of that guy. I really don't believe he's that old. I would love to see him in two to three years. You talk about a monster. But I only have 40 acres surrounded by guys who shoot anything. And I'm in the infancy stage of my habitat development. This farm was used as cattle pasture and haying. They cut out almost every tree they could. So far we've planted over 100 oaks, mainly hybrids, a couple dozen chestnuts and over 1000 shrubs. Including four types of dogwoods, tons of elderberry, nannyberry, aronia berry (chokeberry), arrowwood, hybrid willow, etc. But this year the heat and drought has been hard on our plantings. We've lost a lot of them. Also have planted over 100 fruit trees. All of it based on things I learned from guys such as yourself selflessly sharing your knowledge on the other forum. Been thinking of starting a habitat thread but not sure I have that much to share.I would give that first buck a truck ride to the taxidermist.
As would most other hunters!
Thanks for sharing
About time you showed up. You I don't worry about, I know you won't shoot any young up and comers. Sorry about your new cam. I bet they make it right though.Keep them fed well, the girls on my place will be waiting for them to show up this fall. Checked my cams this morning looks like I'm going to have to call Browning.