Andrew Bell writes, "Since becoming disabled in 1998 and not getting back into to hunting until 2003, I've had to completely to relearn how to trophy hunt from an electric wheelchair, due to only being able to access the lowlands and not the high country. It’s been challenging, but I like to be challenged as well. I’ve drawn plenty of tags between then and now, but this is only my second buck. Usually I hold out for the big buck and end up not filling my tag. This year I connected with a 25-inch 4x4 that has an extra eye guard during the muzzleloader season. We set trail cams, and I’d seen one bigger buck, but he’d only come in after dark from about the middle of July on. We just couldn’t figure out where he went during the day. We’d also see him almost every night when leaving in the head lights. Long story short, I never did get a shot at him. None the less, it was a very memorable season and I will never forget it. Thanks to everyone who helped me. I want to give a special thanks to my dad who introduced me to the great outdoors at a very young age. Also to my brother, thanks bro, I couldn’t of done it without you."