On the morning of January 4 (low temperature of 20 degrees) while hunting on a ranch in the MLDP program, I sat in a blind near a corn feeder in the Panhandle. Nine bucks: two spikes, three small six points, a young 10-point, and two mature 8-points, came within bow range. It’s been a month since I got trail camera pictures of a big non-typical on December 3 at that location. He’s still a no-show and the reality is that was likely a one-time random appearance, so I’m now focused on a big 10-point I’ve seen three times. He was a no-show this morning, but there was lots of activity until 9 AM. I was frozen by 9 AM and headed for the truck heater to warm up. I’ll try for the mature 10-point again this afternoon and when time allows this week. He would be a fine buck to hang my last tag of the season on. Maybe the giant non-typical will revisit that area next season.