Steve's 160 Class Louisiana Buck
Steve Grey, who currently lives in St. Louis, Missouri started his deer hunting while still in high school in Louisiana.
In 1972, he was hunting a soybean field in East Carroll Parish, Louisiana which is in the far north east corner of the state. Suddenly a doe ran from some woods and crossed the field passing within 75 yards of Steve. He had hunted enough to know that she was likely being chased and got ready for the buck that he hoped would be following. Within a minute a fine buck exited the woods obviously on the doe's trail but immediately stopped and looked directly at Steve...but the power that the doe had over him was too strong and the buck bagan a slow trot across the field. Steve's first shot from his Browning BLR in 308 dropped the buck to the ground, but he was up just as quickly before Steve's second shot put this fine 160 class buck down for good.
20 years later, in 1992, Steve killed a 210 class nontypical buck in Missouri that I would have loved to have shown here too, but Steve is committed to only show that buck on a commercial food plot site. Steve proves that as far as being a hunter is concerned "he is just getting better with age..!"
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