Employee Matt Fought with his
2010 ten- point buck
Then, at roughly 8:30 a.m., this 3 ½ year old ten- point buck came from the north end of the ridge and headed south toward us. He closed the distance in a hurry and I allowed him to walk just past me at 20 yards, providing me a broadside shot. After taking aim, my TenPoint Turbo XLT sent my Easton XX75 arrow tipped with a Spitfire Maxx right through the pump station. The deer made it only 50 yards from the spot he was hit, crashing within sight, making it a quick and easy recovery.
This particular hunt was extra special to me, with the passing of my grandfather this past August. My grandfather, Henry Fought, was an avid hunter himself and he, along with my father, started my passion for the great outdoors by taking me hunting at an early age. This hunt reminded me of all the great memories I had with him in the woods, so I would like to dedicate my buck in his name to honor him. Before my grandfather passed, he harvested this buck (shown below) during the 2009 season with a 1995 TenPoint HuntMaster.
Henry Fought with his
four-point buck killed in 2009
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