Size is relative. Most folks living on the high plains would scoff if you told them a good sized whitetail buck weighed 105 pounds and had 90 inch antlers. They'd probably tell you that was a half way decent size yearling. But, those stats are excellent for the Coues deer, named after cavalry surgeon, Elliott Coues. As a matter of fact, Larry Weishuhn, made the record book recently with a gross score of 135, and a net score of 120 on his deer. To get into the record book with a Coues deer, you only need a Boone and Crockett score of 110.