Get my Vertix dialed in by @mathewsinc
Its also been an extremely humbling experience switching over to a single pin sight, but I’m starting to see some good fruit already. It’s hard to beat this bow or these @officialgoldtip Black Label arrows. I’m obsessed.
This deer is outstanding in her field. Okay, that was lame; I can't think of a clever caption. It's been a long week here, how about y'all? How was your week? I could sure use some time at #blackbucklodgebandera
For those that have never seen one, this is the face of a ten-year old Whitetail Buck. Look at that blocky, wide-angled head. Look at the wattles under his chin. There’s more that I could show you on his body that indicates his age, but unfortunately it’s cut out in this photo. I like to describe the face of a young buck as “doe-like”, and the face of a mature Whitetail Buck as “Bossy!” One of the best aids in trying to estimate the age of a buck so you’re not thrown off by his antler size (which should never be used to age a live buck on the hoof) is to cover up his rack with your hand, blocking your view of his antlers. That will help you get a more accurate estimate of what his age is, in my opinion, since antler size will often times make you guess the wrong age. Face and body characteristics are the most accurate ways to tell the age of a live Whitetail Buck on the hoof. On the other hand, the best way to age a dead deer is by tooth wear by a biologist or someone who is trained to age deer by their teeth.