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Wilson - Old Mexico

Old Mexico gets his name from the fact that he was purchased and transported from Mexico. He was brought to the states as a 32" wide 6X6 main frame at 3 1/2 years old. His main ingredient has been his mass and width and of course the pure "Old Mexico" genetics.

Wilson - Hondo

Hondo is considered to be the highest scoring eight point buck in Texas.He has consistently produced a large single drop tine or double drops. He scored 186 B&C at 4 1/2 years old.At his present age of 7 1/2 years old he has produced another wide set of antlers with two massive drop tines. This buck has been widely pursued by breeders who want width (30 inches) and drop tine genetics along with tall points (12 to 14 inches).


Wilson - Yardstick

Yardstick is grandson of Peanut and truly one of the most magnificent whitetail specimens in the country. If you're trying to find a deer with width and mass this pure South Texas buck will get your heart racing. Yardstick is a 5 1/2 year old with a 36 inch spread and scores 190 B & C. You will have a hard time finding a more unique whitetail deer than this buck and his mass and tine length.

Wilson - Peanut

Peanut is a son of the original 'Gene Gonzales' bloodline from Catarina, Texas.This South Texas buck scored 186 B&C at 4 1/2 years old as a main frame 5x5.Peanut scored approximately 170 B&C as a three year old with a 5x5 main frame and a 24 inch width.


Rmc Ranch - Little John

Little John is one of ours at RMC Ranch. He is a 5 year old that is a 1/2 South Texas and 1/2 Northern Buck. He scores 196 7/8.


Wilson / Gonzales - Dream Buck

Dream Buck is a 4 year old non-typical born and raised in South Texas. Although Dream Buck appears to be a grey South Texas deer, he actually derives from Duggers Flaco line crossed with Northern lines. This is the largest buck in Texas and one of the best non-typical anywhere in the world. Dream Buck was just measured and he scored 301 3/8. If the broken points were added, the score would be approximately 312.


High Roller

High Roller- As far as the experts can tell- is the biggest Whitetail buck that ever lived! With a spread of 38 inches and 44 scorable points.


New Mexico

This is a 200 Class Buck We Raised Ourselves.

 


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