Personal Best

Hoytman 88

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I was very fortunate to have taken my personal best Whitetail this year. This Great Buck was 6.5 yrs and his impressive frame scored 159- 2/8. What a great Texas Hill Country deer.
Low Fence 14,000 acres.


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realunlucky

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Unusual to see a whitetail that wide. Congratulations that is an awesome buck

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Mr. Bojangles

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That buck and width is common south of Hwy. 90, but a hill country deer? Once in a lifetime buck right there. Congratulations.

What county is this? Mason/Menard/San Angelo?
 
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Hoytman 88

Hoytman 88

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Deer was 21-1/" inside the beams.
We have a few deer with similar frames.
McCulloch Co.


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Hoytman 88

Hoytman 88

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Heres a pic of the King. Deer was never shot.
Im the only one of our group to have seen him in person. I videoed the deer while hog hunting, we found his sheds a week later. Dont remember exactly what he scored but he went well into the 80s


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Mr. Bojangles

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McCulloch Co.
That's what I figured. Love Brady/Mason area, used to hunt there a lot. We hunted on Brady Creek Ranch for over 10 years.

If you ever have an opening on your lease, my dad is in Del Rio and looking for a place in that region. He's 63 and hunts crossbow.
 

diamond10x

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I was very fortunate to have taken my personal best Whitetail this year. This Great Buck was 6.5 yrs and his impressive frame scored 159- 2/8. What a great Texas Hill Country deer.
Low Fence 14,000 acres.


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Congrats on a great buck Hoytman!

The Texas hill country as a whole from the Edwards plateau fault line north to the llano estacado is overlooked and overshadowed by South Texas, but trophy quality is definitely there. A good percentage of the widest bucks I’ve seen are from the area. Those beams are impressive!
 

freebird134

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It’s official: Rokslide has become the new ArcheryTalk. :(


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