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Jerrad Heinz
Date Taken: 11/10/2018
Method: Compound Bow
Number of Points: 11
Property: Private
Type of Photo: Buck
Joel Collins
Date Taken: 11/10/2018
Method: Compound Bow
Number of Points: 6
Property: Private
Type of Photo: Buck
Dylan
Date Taken: 11/10/2018
Method: Compound Bow
Number of Points: 7
Property: Private
Type of Photo: Buck
Victoria Gregg
Date Taken: 11/09/2018
Method: Compound Bow
Number of Points: 8
Property: Private
Type of Photo: Buck
Emily Weeks

Hunting is a family affair! Great memories!

Date Taken: 11/09/2018
Method: Compound Bow
Number of Points: 8
Property: Private
Type of Photo: Buck
Justin Brininstool
Date Taken: 11/04/2018
Method: Compound Bow
Number of Points: 8
Property: Private
Type of Photo: Buck
Ethan Hromek
Date Taken: 11/06/2018
Method: Compound Bow
Number of Points: 12
Type of Photo: Buck
Jeremy Wilson

I had a pretty quiet morning until around 9 I had a few does sneak in on me. Two of them walked the path I walk in to the stand and the third bounded out in front of me coming from my north like she was getting bumped or chased. As they moved through I grabbed my bow just in case there was a buck trailing. About 15 minutes went by and I had since hung my bow back up on the hanger. All of the sudden I look down after hearing the slightest noise and there is a buck coming down my walk in trail. He kept walking west straight away and I thought for sure he wasn’t going to turn. He ended up starting to turn heading north around 20 yards away and he turned slightly quartering away at 24 yards. I settled my 20 yard pin a couple inches high behind the shoulder and touched off the shot. The buck mule kicked and took off running. I got my binos up and tried to follow him, but it is thick the way he ran. I looked back for the arrow and saw the glowing nock , a complete pass through with a good amount of blood at the impact site. I think to myself, “I nailed him!!”
I waited in the stand for about an hour and met my buddy at the main trail and we walked back to drop off some gear and went back to the site of impact to see if we should start tracking. Well it was a blood bath!! We tracked him about 200 yards through some very thick stuff, with a blood trail that was amazing (bright red and full of bubbles). We found him piled up about 50 yards from a canal that runs through our property. I hit him a few inches behind the shoulder and exited out on the front side of his opposite leg. Took out both lungs and heart. Not my biggest, but the biggest we have on camera all year and a shooter in my book. Found that he had broken off his left G2 sometime last week when we found him.

Date Taken: 11/03/2018
Dressed Weight: 165
Method: Compound Bow
Number of Points: 10
Official Score: ??
Property: Private
Type of Photo: Buck
Mike Otto

This guy just showed up out of nowhere, he was the first and only deer I saw that day. He walked down the middle of an old 4 wheeler trail and gave me a 15 yrd broadside shot.

Date Taken: 11/02/2018
Dressed Weight: 198
Method: Compound Bow
Number of Points: 10
Type of Photo: Buck
Eric Waldo

Saw a tree moving around about 75 yards away and seen him underneath it making a rub. Gave him a couple grunts and he made a “B” line right towards me. Gave me a shot at 28 yards, I took it, double lunged him. He ran 50 yards and crashed into a fallen tree. It’s my 4th bow kill but the rush from making that shot will never fade, everytime feels like the first. It may not be the biggest but I’m still grateful to be able to get him.

Date Taken: 11/02/2018
Method: Compound Bow
Number of Points: 8
Property: Private
Type of Photo: Buck
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