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Left, three, might get big, Right. Serious tines, maybe five.
Front view of G31 at four. I love the shape of his frame !
Wow, cant wait to see him at seven. May have to breed him in DMP this year. Three year old.
P38 after shedding his velvet. He's just a main frame 8, but too good to cull. He is five.
Don't recognize this deer. His head looks young. 8x7 . Serious potential even with short G2's.
Rare 8x7 typical again with years to grow at three.
Dont think much of the deer on the left, probably five, but the little basket rack is really neat.
Looks like a two yr old., real potential. Cool deer in the back also.
Nice clean two year old.
Older guys to the left. This young buck to the right will have some serious tine length and heighth !!
Nice wad of antlers !
The two on the right are for sure three. The deer to the left is a mystery. He is awesome if one, still nice if two, but don't l
Can't tell much about their antlers, but the face to face interaction makes a neat picture.
Really cool six year old on the right. The two year old to the left will be great !
This is hero, no tags, born and raised in the brush. He was a yearling in this picture two years ago. His other pics follow.
Here he is at two. You had to know something good was coming. Notice the knotty bases.
Hero at three. 6x6 typical, forked brows, two kickers, four drops. 20 points at three, I like it !!!
Cool double drop AT four years. Predicting he gets WIDE.
Double drop again. You can see the potential for spread here. He is four.
Nice young pair.
Nice yearling standing. AWESOME two year old sleeping under the feeder !
Nice deer on left. The one to the right might get culled.
No idea who this is or how old this youngster is, but he could make a deer !
I'm just thinking LUCKY FAWN !
four year old. Great frame.
Kid Rock again (five). I think he hits every feeder on the ranch.
Hard to tell from this angle, but he is probably seven. He may be on the list this year.
Nice 6x5 six year old. He will make a nice trophy next year.
Decent four year olds.
The deer on the left will be culled, he doesn't fit. The deer on the right is very old. Been watching him for years.
Nice big 10 on the left ! Maybe five or six years.
Seven on the left, four on the right.
A yearling and 2 two's.
The difference between good long G2's and average G2's. I rest my case...
Old classic Webb county 12 !
Looks pretty mature. maybe a shooter. Won't know till we see him on the hoof.
Yearling. Not as good as some others, but history tells me he will be just fine. Maybe a late fawn.
This guy is really old. He was a weak 10 last year. Got his teeth knocked out in a fight. Too smart to kill last year.....
One's and two's.
Good two tear olds.
Very nice group of yearlings.
Really nice three or four.
Nice deer, probably four.
The one on the right better show some improvement or he's gonna be sausage.
The two or three to the left shows some real potential. The one to the right is older, maybe five or six, sure needs to develop
Another shot of the awesome three year old that we used in the DMP pen last year.
Can't tell if the one on the left is a great yearling, or a fair two year old. The one on the right is a great two year old for
Middle aged guys
Massive three year old.
Cool six year old. No tine length. This is what I call a tweener, will not make a super trophy, but certainly not a cull either.
Hero on the lef at three. Big nine in the back at seven. A Cull down below.
You think this two year old will make a good one ?
Jam up three year olds.
Kid rock with Big 9. We rarely let an 8 or 9 live but we wanted to see what would happen, nothing happened, he's in trouble.
A five and a three. Nice average deer.
4 years. Great frame.
Can't tell for sure, but looks like one of the 7 year olds that is a shooter this year. You might get to see a close up a few mo
Six years. Serious tine length. Has always been a clean 10.
Rare porcupine in Webb county. Had a picture of him two years ago, but have never seen one in person here.
Nice six year old 165+. Sounds crazy, but I don't like him much. Don't like short G2's.
Never seen this one before, but he shows some real promise !
Kid rock. Cool five year old. We used him in a DMP pen when he was two.
Six year old at left. He has always been a clean 5x5.
Very good yearling. Interesting crooked tines.
Cant say for sure, but this looks like the deer we darted out of the pasture to use in a DMP pen last year. He was a straight up
Very nice yearling, tine length should be really good later on !
This guy lost his tag, he looks two though. Could be pretty cool.
This two year old could get scary big !
Nice clean 10. Probably six years.
Pair of fives.
Not too pretty, but a pretty good young buck !
My favorite pic of all time. they are both two, always together in pics. I assume they are twins, but who knows ? 6x6 and 6x7.
Another view of the twins.
One year old. He should develop a huge frame with long beams.
Some repeats here, but I couldn't help showing this. All two year olds. Very nice.
This guy could really get interesting with some age. He looks about 4.
Another good 2 year old.
Great two year old. I guess the attempt to provide a stress free feed pen was successful !
You have already seen G31 on the left. the blue tag under the feeder is a 7 year old shooter this year.
Interesting. These two deer are the same age, 5. you would never guess the deer on the right to be that old. The value of tags a
5 year old. He was actually bigger last year, and might accidentally get culled if we didn't recognize him by tag.
This two year old shows some potential. A little thin for some reason.
Yellow 8. He is three. The same deer we saw earlier that we used in DMP at two.
Nice pair. Old guy in the back, too bad we cant see his horns better.
Old O95. He was 5 in this pic last year. We don't think he made it this year. Going to miss seeing him !
SMART ASS !