Terry Keshick

Information

  • Date Taken: 11/05/2019
  • Time Of Day: Evening
  • Method: Compound Bow
  • Number of Points: 10
  • County: Menominee County
  • Property: Public
  • Type of Photo: Deer

Well I decided to go hunt on the cold front that we had come in. Luckily I had 2 does come busting out of the woods and a decent 8 came out behind them. As the saying goes the bigger buck is always in the back. Well this dandy 10 point came out busting out of woods grunting. He gave me a 25 yard opportunity on which I was fortunate enough to get some success. I shot him at 5:30 p.m on the 5th. I was unsure of my shot and I knew I hit far back. You never want to push a deer exspecialy not being comfortable with the shot placement. I had to do what every hunter dreads and that is letting him expire over night. The constant thought of man did I hit him good, Or please creator if I wounded him let him make it. Well the next morning the 6th my father and I went out looking for him and immediately had awesome blood. I shoot muzzys but had a rage blood trail. He ran 40/45 yards and dropped dead. The shot was a tad back and high but I managed to double lung him. I can’t thank my wife, father, and creator for helping me mentally and physically through it all!!! Goodluck my fellow hunters!!!! 🦌 🦌 🦌. P.s no trail cam pics of him