Menominee County

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Olivia

I was hunting with my grandpa. At 7:30am, cst, my grandpa tapped me on the leg, I was reading a book, and told me a buck was coming. I got ready, and when the buck stepped into an opening I shot. He went about 40 yards and dropped.

Date Taken: 11/15/2017
Dressed Weight: 150lbs
Method: Rifle
Number of Points: 11
Type of Photo: Buck
Tanner Chevalier

Chasing does

Date Taken: 12/02/2017
Method: Muzzleloader
Number of Points: 8
Type of Photo: Buck
Tiffany

Tiffany’s first buck ever!

Date Taken: 11/15/2017
Method: Rifle
Number of Points: 7
Type of Photo: Buck
Miranda Beaudo

Shot with Savage 7mm-08 at 7:15am

Date Taken: 11/19/2017
Method: Rifle
Number of Points: 9
Property: Private
Type of Photo: Buck
Olivia
Date Taken: 11/15/2017
Dressed Weight: 150lns
Method: Rifle
Number of Points: 11
Official Score: 124
Property: Private
Type of Photo: Buck
Meagan Marshall

Meagan’s first buck, shot on state land in Menominee county MI! She shot it with a Winchester pre 64 .243.

Date Taken: 11/16/2017
Method: Rifle
Number of Points: 3
Property: Public
Type of Photo: Buck
Brandon Field

Had my younger sister in the stand with me and every time the wind would blow I’d keep telling her I could smell a buck in rut, I’m sure you all know that smell, needless to say not 10 minutes later he showed up and I dropped him in his tracks! All tagged out for the season

Date Taken: 11/17/2017
Method: Rifle
Number of Points: 8
Property: Public
Type of Photo: Buck
Emily Sarka
Date Taken: 11/16/2017
Method: Rifle
Number of Points: 8
Type of Photo: Buck
Kyle Bottesi

I arrived to the spot mid day, had a few shooters coming to the field in the evenings. It was the first day of the youth hunt and I’m 16 so it’s my last year I can hunt the youth hunt. The night started off good. I had over a dozen deer in front of me, ranging from spikes, to 10 pointers. The shooter were all at 450 yards and I’m not confident with that shot. I watched those 3 shooters across the field for an hour or so till they walked off the field. I decided to move down the field more to try and cut the distance if they came back out. I sat for another half hour before this buck popped out at 80 yards. I was debating on shooting him and then he started to walk over the hill at 125 yards, I quickly decided I was going to take the shot. I put the gun on fire and held on his vitals, I squeezed the trigger and the deer never dropped I was so confused it was still standing I shot again instantly. That shot did the trick. I spined him and he dropped. I am shooting a semi auto 30-06, I went to the range a few days after and realized the scope was bumped. It was shooting over 9 inches high, which explains why the first shot missed. I sight in my gun every couple of months because I use it for crop damage. I must have hit it on a tree or something.

Date Taken: 09/17/2017
Dressed Weight: Unknown
Method: Rifle
Number of Points: 8
Official Score: 115
Property: Private
Type of Photo: Buck
Jake D
Date Taken: 10/07/2017
Number of Points: 8
Property: Private
Type of Photo: Buck
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