posted on May 04, 2014 09:09
Jenna Gregg's first-buck story will be hard to top, in print and on screen.
While hunting with her husband, Floyd, on Dec. 14, she fulfilled her longtime goal of shooting her first buck, and he filmed her doing it. And, somehow, considering both were vibrating like the noisy end of a rattlesnake, her aim was true and the footage isn't "Blair Witchified."
When muzzleloader season, 8 inches of snow and the rare north wind arrived in Indiana, husband and wife went to a place they'd been saving for that time of year and that particular breeze. Nobody else had hunted that bean field to that point.
"We knew this property held at least one really big buck," Jenna said. "It had been seen twice in 2012. Its rack was taller then, but it didn't have as many points. In 2013, someone got footage of it during bow season from 150 yards."
But the Greggs never dreamed they'd actually see it.
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