Tony Cantrell took this beauty on Nov. 9th 2002 of the Kansas deer season. “I had hunted the spot 3 different times and only glimpsed a 6 point buck. I knew a good buck was in the area and with the rut approaching I figured our paths would cross sooner or later if I was patient.
The wind was out of the S.W. that morning and I knew right where I wanted to be. At 8:15 two big doe’s passed by at 20 yards with the 1st doe stopping and looking back over her shoulder. When I peered around the tree I saw….. RACK….. and knew he was the buck I was after. His path brought him to 20 yards broadside. I was fortunate to make a good shot on him and he went about 50 yards.”