A mate and I got a look at the larger stag tending a cycling hind the previous afternoon and we both agreed he needed a couple more years. There was a couple younger stags also out and some hinds eager to find that Spring growth. Next morning I was back at daylight incase a larger stag had moved in but this deer was still in charge. It was good watching his behaviour and in the morning he would only let this stylish young stag get so close to the hinds before he would walk over and force him to move away and keep his distance. The body posturing and dominance showed clearly who was boss this time round. 📸 @theoutdoorconsultant
Look at that smile!! That’s what happens when you harvest your first deer!! Way to go @marissapruu
Love a buck with a lot of mass and look at those BROWS!! Amazing buck @syvonnek
!! Congrats girl!!
Don’t know what to get someone for Christmas?? Skip the lines and grab some Tynes gear today!
Some Monday Night Football?!
First snowfall on a Whitetail Buck with a bunch of sticker-points in hardwoods. Showing you two views so you can see all of his points and the “extras” that aren’t all visible in the head-on shot.
Out here in DFW making major moves. 💰
Cool little series of this late season scraper still out lookin for love! I’ve had this camera strapped to the same tree since October 5th and it’s taken thousands of photos and this is the first I’ve seen of his pretty face! You never know what late season may bring!