© By Othmar Vohringer
Kevin Devault sent me his contest entry and tells me that he went out bowhunting during a snowstorm, as you can see in the picture, in Wisconsin’s late archery season. The nice eight pointer buck, not the biggest he has seen, is prove that late season still can produce some good buck hunting. The chances are even better when you go hunting during weather like Kevin did, because these are the days most hunters stay home.
Kevin used a Renegade bow with Easton arrows topped Muzzy 125 grain broadheads. Kevin said the snow was coming down so hard that he had to follow the buck immediately after the shot, as the snow would have covered the tracks otherwise.
You can see in the picture how hard the snow came down on that day. Congratulations on a nice Wisconsin archery buck Keving and good luck in the contest.
To take part in the Whitetail Deer Contest 2009 read here.
Othmar Vohringer Outdoors
Tags: Whitetail Deer Buck, Deer Hunting Contest, Bowhunting, Wisconsin