This year (As well as last) have been bad years. Last year, was not enough acorns + full moon first day of season + neighbors shot small bucks.. This year WAY too many acorns + full moon first day of season + wind every single day + not enough people hunting our ground + our neighbors have been shooting young bucks. Guys, at my 650 acre hunting club, we have had antler restrictions (15" or wider) for at least 6 years. We have seen some nice bucks in the past (im talking 150-185 " bucks). And we had saw a 10 ptr. for a 4 years that was over 30 " wide no doubt, had tall tines, and good mass. He might have made the state record typical. We know we have the genetics, and the habitat to produce the big bucks, because we have had them before. We have not seen the big bucks we were seeing 2 or more years ago. However, we are seeing ALOT of young bucks with good potential. Almost everyone in our lease has seen at least 5 young bucks this year. Can anyone tell me what we might be doing wrong, or give me some insight on what to do? Thanks a million!!