December 4, 2011, 12:23 AM
My Son went out with a couple of other guides today to help them locate a trophy mule or couse deer for a client. They found a 105" class couse that the client missed at 353 yds. shooting from a tripod rest. After that the mood was pretty grim, according to my Son, but they went back to working the glass with no sign of any shooter's the rest of the day. But toward the end of the day, one of them glassed up a herd of javelina but the client wasn't interested in taking one. So my Son and another guide decided to take the two largest one's from the herd, which tunred out to possibly be book class pigs. They're working on getting it officially scored at the moment, but it deffinitely looked like a good one to me.