Four bucks crossed this morning at about 40 yards, and the biggest one crossed last. I took a shot at about 42 yards and hit just low behind the shoulder.
I glassed the buck and could see the entry hole and blood pouring out the center of his chest. I was waiting for the buck to go down and he kept walking behind the three smaller bucks. About 20 minutes later they disappeared over the horizon.
An hour before dark the bucks returned and the three smaller bucks crossed in the same spot but the largest one began heading for the crossing on the other side of my blind. This time the buck was hit good at 34 yards. I never thought I would get another chance at that buck again.
Mike Lutt has been bow hunting since 1976 and has been a member of the NBA for 30 years. He has been married for 32 years to Rhonda and they have three children that are out of the nest! Mike spends hours scouting and bow hunting in Nebraska and any other place he can find.