The great thing about it, to me anyways, was that the buck was on state land in Miami County, Kansas. My son and I pull some bucks out of here every year, and we've seen rubs on trees as big around as telephone poles but never saw the bucks that were making them, until now. That night I got a killed a 9-pointer. It was kind of bitter-sweet. It's always nice to harvest a buck on state land, but just knowing that caliber of deer is out there, made my harvest a little anti-climactic. This gives hope to us Kansas hunters without access to leased acreage. He may be dead, but his genes live on.