I was refering to Foggy's signature line - I just like to see folks putting it out there like that. Yep - cull buck all right! I love to hear folks talk like that. 99.9% of the time it is simply an excuse to shoot a buck that others may question - everytime I hear that phase I think of some pompus butt head that essentially bought the heads he has on the wall - yet will go on and on about how great a hunter he is. I didn't need an excuse to shoot this one - my entire body yelled, "shoot you idiot!" I try not to offend people if I can, but someone wants to lecture me on my harvst selction they can go pound sand (I didn't take your comment that way - just so you know). I own just 150 acres and 100 of it is open ag field and what cover I do have is broken up into smaller pieces - until recently I was the only one making habitat improvements and passing younger bucks. Try telling folks in farm country that you want to feed the deer. They look at you like you are stupid - like feeding rats. I took my share of yearling bucks in my early days of my hunting career (which wasn't that long ago), but have since learned the error of my ways. Since then I have taken a 128" in 2008, a 142" in 2011, buddy took a 125" in 2012, and I took my avatar buck in 2013 (not officially scored yet) and my son took a 140~150 class buck in 2013 as well - all off the same property. Habitat improvements, smart harvest decisions, and hunting smarter and not harder can pay off - I feel I have proven that. I don't use supplemental feed or minerals and these are truely free-range deer. Folks don't say much, but neighboring properties are seeing more and more hunters now and those that thought I was crazy are starting to see the light. It isn't easy, it isn't cheap, it isn't always fun and it takes time - but man when it all comes together its a great feeling! Hopefully I can contribute here and learn some things along the way as well.