My "best" was killed a few years ago here in Lee County. He netted 159 2/8" and dressed at 253#. That year he was the third largest typical killed in the state and he did that as an 8 pointer. I killed one bigger this year, but I'm not posting a picture just yet.
I ain't being ugly so don't crucify me. Just an observation. The magazine writers would have you believe that killing a big buck is nigh on to impossible. But then you see things like this with picture after picture of big 'uns. Pick up the GON magazine and there's 6 year olds with bucks any seasoned hunter would be proud of shot out of a box stand on a food plot. And this is just a fraction of what's taken every year. And has been pointed out on here before there's even bigger and better ones no one will ever see. Ain't demeaning anybody's accomplishment and I like seeing 'em as good as the next guy. I've watched the big 'uns in the woods and I know they ain't no stumble bums. I guess what I'm saying is that each and every one's a gift and we should all be gratefull for the opportunity and especially grateful when a big one enters our life.
KEEP THE PICTURES COMING!