Hunter hunting along a marsh

Donald Moses III


  • Date Taken: 11/15/2023
  • Time Of Day: Evening
  • Method: Shotgun
  • Number of Points: 9
  • County: Gratiot County
  • Property: Public

I had sat that morning and saw plenty of Does running though a thicket to my right. So I knew deer were moving heavy through my area. When I got back in the stand at 2 I had a Gameplan. I started ripping a regular doe bleat at 330. At 430 I hit an estrus Doe bleat when the wind stopped and I knew somthing would hear that. He came out of the birch thicket in front of me at about 4:52, scaring all the squirrels and birds away as he walked heavy through the woods. I hit him between 3 birch trees while leaning over my tree stand and dropped him in his tracks at about 40 yards!