On Sept. 26, 2012 I set up in a head of woods located in a cut corn field. The head was looking toward a hedge row with acorn tree's. I was in a ground blind made of natural surroundings an old camp chair with some homemade shooting sticks. 15 or 20 min prior to dark I was watching 3 doe and a small buck when I noticed him step out at 300 yrds. By the time i turned and set up he had walked to within 250 yrds. Took the shot and he fell at the hedge row. Didn't realize how big he was until I got right up on him.Needless to say I was speechless. By far the biggest buck i have taken in S.C. 215 lbs. 10 pt. It goes to show, you don't have to be a tv pro or pay unbelievable amounts of money. Just do your homework and manage your land.Killed right outside of Bennettsville, in Marlboro Co.
On Sept. 26, 2012 I set up a ground blind in a small head of tree's in a cut corn field, watching a hedge row with acorn tree's. The blind was made of natural surroundings and a camp chair with homemade shooting sticks. I was watching 3 doe and a small buck when I saw him come out at about 300 yrds. I turned and set up, took the shot at app. 250 yrds. He walked off and fell at woodline. I didn't realize how big body wise and rack wise he was until I got right on top of him. Needless to say I was speechless. Biggest buck by far I have ever taken in S.C. It goes to show you don't have to be a t.v. pro or pay unbelievable money to kill big deer. Just do your homework and manage your land. Killed right outside of Bennettsville, in Marlboro Co.