Jim Tschudy shared this photo with us. This is Jim's nephew, Kevin Hendrickson, with his Wyoming buck.
Jim writes, "It was Kevin's first trip to Wyoming. After hearing many stories about his grandpa Bill, father Larry and myself, Jim Tschudy, hunting deer, elk and pronghorns in Wyoming through the years, Kevin finally was able to experience it for himself. After hunting whitetails in Wisconsin, Kevin's goal was a mule deer.
His buck was sighted bedded down in some high buck brush. With only a small opening to shoot through, it was decided to try and wait the buck out. After 30 minutes, Kevin decided that with the rest he had on his shooting sticks, and the distance being 150 yards, that he would try to take a shot. His first shot flew wide, then the buck stood and took 2 steps forward, exposing his chest. Kevin made good on the second shot and the buck tumbled about 50 feet down the hill.
Later that evening I was able to shoot a beautiful 10 point whitetail. It was quite a day, one we will not soon forget.
We hunted with Lee Miller of Rim Rock Hunts in southeast Wyoming whom I have hunted with 10 times since 1980. We recommend him highly."