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Lee Newton with a B&C Texas whitetail shot this morning (Dec. 15) with his No.1 rifle. Watch for a write-up in the next ROCS Report.
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That's a monster! Congratulations Lee!
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Congrats Lee, another great Texas whitetail, what caliber took it down? 280 Ackley?
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That is a whopper buck, great rack!!
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The horns and body look like a Mule Deer
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Congrats. Lee, it appears to be an old deer and with those drop tines it is very impressive! You make all of us deer hunters jealous
The body is quite large too. Did you age him? He appears to be a "hybrid" muley/whitetail? He will make a Great wall mount.
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Very Nice Buck! I never seen one that size in Texas before! Great photo too.
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Lee that is a beauty! Get the crockpot going because he may be a tough old coot and requre long slow cooking
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Lee, that is one great buck and I'm sure you're proud to get it, much less a shot at it. Let us know the B&C numbers when you get them.
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