Hunter hunting along a marsh

Dennis Cadarette


  • Date Taken: 11/16/2021
  • Time Of Day: Evening
  • Method: Rifle
  • County: Emmet County
  • Property: Private
  • Type of Photo: Deer

Seen him walk the opposite side of the property about 820 am about 300 yard away through tall grass and some cedars, watching his head Bob up and down not able to see body I chose not to take a shot. He walked under a group of cedars and never came out so I figured he bedded down. At about 520 he comes out from the cedars headed straight at me as he walked he disappeared into a hill. I was waiting for him to hit the other side but I ended up seeing another bigger buck following the same path. As he walked my way through the same route he disappeared… No more than ten seconds the first one jumps right into my shooting lane at about 110 yards. I debated for about a minute to wait for the one that looked bigger but decided to take the shot and dropped him in his tracks. Waited to see if other one would come check on him but never did. It was a great day in the stand.