I have always believed in leaving promising bucks to realise their potential if possible. Here is a buck I bumped into a few weeks ago whilst out and about and superbly illustrates my point. Not very old, but IMHO a great head in the making. Luckily this buck seems to be occupying a prime territory next to a big wood in the middle of a reasonable bit of ground , so it will be left and hopefully it will be better next year
I fully realise that heads go up and down from year to year, however I feel this buck could be very good in future years?
I would be very interested to hear your comments