They claimed in their post that it was a one year jump. But I agree you just don’t see a jump like that very often. Almost like his natural mineral intake and diet improved dramatically, along with the natural genetic potential he had. The latter being extremely rare.
Lucky buck would give him good money to be part of that story, with those pics.Look at that deer's basic frame, not really all that big to be carrying so much nontypical growth. The previous year he was only as wide as his ears, definitely a monster and a unique one at that.
Killing a deer like that would just free me up to kill all the doe I wanted.I feel happy and sad for the kid. Happy he got that monster of a lifetime. Sad that every deer the kid lays eyes on now will probably be a let down for him. Hopefully it won’t ruin hunting for him. Congrats to the hunter.