8 responses

  1. Portable Ice Maker Reviews
    October 11, 2010

    Beautiful looking buck. I was stationed at Ft Hood Texas for a few years in the 90’s and never seen one that large.

  2. Corey McClure
    October 15, 2010

    Congrats Mark! Brian Kiefer told me about the Buck, nice!

  3. Nathan Henry
    October 15, 2010

    This deer was taken on a high fence ranch… does the State of Texas acknowledge this as a state record?

  4. Jason Skinner
    October 20, 2010

    Killed on a low fence or high fence?

  5. Ya right!
    January 14, 2011

    This deer was shot behind a high fence and will not be in the boone and crockett record books.

    Just because there was no introduced genetics doesn’t mean they can lay claim to the state record. Its just another high fenced deer. Any one can grow a monster deer like this in enclosure with $$$.

    Also, the ranch that produced the deer was purchased already high fenced, so how the owner can gurantee there is no introduced genetics, I have no clue. I guess if you don’t know for sure its not called lieing! LOL

  6. jeremy
    August 9, 2011

    Seriously?! Do you people even know how to score a deer? At best that deer is around 250 and i dont think he would even do that. 311? Haha. Try to fool someone else!

  7. bill
    August 27, 2011

    for real guys they guy never said anything about trying to put into record books first of all… second the guy shot an awesome buck and just wanted to share it with everyone and ppl like ^^^ just want to be d**ks and bash the post cant ppl just tell the guy “nice buck” and leave it at that wtf!!

  8. Jacob
    December 3, 2011

    Shooting a high fence deer is like shooting a cow. There is no sport in it. So congrats,man. You just killed a pet.

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