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The progression of a bucks antlers always interest me so I thought I would share the progression of what I believe to be a 5 yr old that I have add on my KY farm. This buck disappears during the rut (mid October) but has shown back up in December. We will see what he does this year. Here he is at 3 years old
A beautiful specimen! Hope you get a crack at him, if that's what you're looking for. Nice looking area too.
I always love watching the jump from 3-4. Getting ready in Kentucky buddy!!
Always fun to be able to follow the progression of a particular deer that you have a history with and the changes from year to year (sometimes they’re not always what you’d expect them to be)
I killed a big 10 point that I had a 5 year history with, and it was interesting the changes he went through during those years. The first year of pics I got of him as a 2 yr old, he was a basic typical 8 point. The same at year 3. Year 4 he was a 9 pointer, and at years 5 & 6 he turned into a clean 10 pointer. I nicknamed him “horseshoe” from the configuration of his brows. Facing you, they formed a perfect horseshoe, so it was easy to identify him from year to year. I had tons of pics of him, but never once laid eyes on him until 3 days before I finally killed him.
I wanna know what miracle product you are hiding behind your back t-roy
Buck Thrasher and the Acorn Cruncher call, Adam. Eddie Salter Signature Series. When used in tandem, it’s “money”!