Have you had the good fortune to kill anything over there with decent headgear?
A few of the Roe bucks I've shot were 6 points (they don't get more), and had some good mass to them.
I don't hunt for trophy sized Red or Fallow (both are in this area) simply because it would cost me a fortune to have that kind of good fortune. There is a trophy fee on almost every animal. The roe and smaller reds don't have a fee through the forest office, but other private places do. And Germany has the highest fees in all of Europe!
For example; At the beginning of the drive hunts the gather everyone together to give the "rules" for that hunt. Which type animals can be shot or not, no shooting of certain class size trophies, etc. Well, on Tuesday they said that all classes of Red are open. A class 3 (typical raghorn or spike) is free, class 2 would cost a trophy fee of 2,000 Euro, and a class 1 would cost 7,000!! My wallet cringed, and thankfully I didn't see any because I'm not sure I could be trusted to not shoot.
Then I'd have to endure the wrath of my Frau!
There are some things about hunting here that I don't enjoy. Putting a monetary value on free ranging animals is at the top of the list.