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Monday, October 01, 2012

We had just rounded a curve on the ranch road when we noticed, at the same time, a huge-framed buck crossing a prickly pear flat only 50 yards from our truck.  I slammed on the brakes and we both scrambled for the binoculars.  The big buck didn’t miss a step and continued walking, almost nonchalantly, at an angle away from us.  We watched the buck walk the entire 150 yards to the brush line on the other side of the pear flat.  He was even cooperative enough to turn and allow us to view his rack from all angles - too bad it was February!

The buck was a typical 12-point with extremely long main beams, good mass, and at least a 25-inch spread.  The tine lengths were also exceptionally long and well balanced from side to side, with the exception of the third tine on the right side, which was broken off only an inch or so above the beam.

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Posted by Dr. Mickey W. Hellickson on 10/01 at 08:12 AM
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