Hunter hunting along a marsh

Kaden Dickinson


  • Date Taken: 11/20/2021
  • Time Of Day: Morning
  • Method: Muzzleloader
  • County: Lenawee County
  • Property: Private
  • Type of Photo: Deer
  • Dressed Weight: 160

Saturday morning was a beautiful morning just a little windy! I planed on sitting in a different stand but the wind was awful so I decided to sit in the pop up blind with dad! We got in 40 minutes early got set up and was ready for first light. It was a pretty slow morning until about 7:55 when I seen this deers head pop out of corn through the woods 250 yards away! I got ready for him to walk 100 yards into a lane I could get a shot when he went outta sight! I was scanning the woods for him when my dad said he’s right in front of us at 39 yards! I tried to get him to stop and of corse he stopped behind a big tree for 2 minutes then made the mistake of taking one step and got a shot! We got outta the blind went and looked for blood but all there was was hair so we looked around a little and nothing! So we went to the neighbors to ask if we could look on there property but no one awnserd the door so I looked on a hunting app that told who owns what property found there names and messaged them on Facebook, they said go find your first buck! So we walked to where I shot Him and walked straight left walked about 200 yards still no blood and there he layed, not huge but a nice first buck!