I am big supporter of the OBR, and here is a question for everybody. As the way it stands now, every hunter gets one buck, so obviously you are going after the nicest buck you can. Whether or not he makes the record book doesn't matter. Let's say you are fortunate enough to get him, what happens to all the "JUNK" bucks that are passed up? Are they going reproduce more and more "JUNK"? Will we see a jump in non-typical bucks in the coming years? Will certain management herds be hurt by consistantly harvesting a genetically superior buck year after year? This is just a thought and was wondering what everbody's opinion would be!