The first week of November I was hunting the third day of a five day hunt in southern Ohio and everything seemed perfect — the temps had dropped to 20 degrees over night, frost on the ground, and the wind that had been blowing hard for the past two days had let up. I climbed into my stand about 30 minutes before light and before I could pull my bow up, I heard deer running and grunting and getting closer.
I pulled the bow up, put my hat and gloves on as the deer started filing out. The action never stopped! At 7:30 I heard a crack and behind me I saw the head and rack of this 14-point buck. When he walked behind a bush I drew and as he stepped out, I focused on one spot and sent the arrow for a perfect kill.
I used an Elite gt500 bow, Axis arrows, Montec heads and a Carter release.