Wasn't the best weather tonight but the results ended up pretty good. We were setup in an old apple orchard in a pasture field. Took this pic shortly after getting into the blind. She ended up shooting the buck in the opening on the right.
About 6:30 we had 2 doe come in and as they were getting into range they got spooked and headed back up into the woods. Just before 7:00 this buck appeared in about the same place as the doe. In about 15 seconds he got within range and in the opening. She let the arrow fly and hit it perfectly. He went about 50 yards and then we saw the white belly appear. It was a 10 point that we have seen quite a bit this summer. The downside is that the fog set in and most of our photos were horrible. This is the best one of the bunch.
Here is a trail cam pic taken about 20 yards from where he was shot.
Traditions only last if you pass them down to your kids!
Wahoo!! I was getting some play by play as it was unfolding and I could not be happier for the father and daughter duo with this great Pa. buck. Congrats to the both of you and thank you again for your dedication to bringing up our next generation with a love for the outdoors!!
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