“I didn’t take a phone, a watch, binoculars, anything,” Jeff Toy said. But on a whim, he grabbed a handful of shells for his coat pocket, a spare gun, and a 5-gallon bucket to sit on at the edge of the property while his fellow hunters used his deer stands… He was perched on the bucket, enduring snow and wind…when a deer “came wandering through without a care in the world”…when it got within a couple of hundred yards…he took his shot…
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What an animal! Those tines are spectacular in length, and place that together with the great spread and mass, you have a world class whitetail. Jeff, I really admire your humble responses of just luck in getting him. WE all need luck to put one like that on the ground, but the fact you were sitting out there in the snow instead of in the truck or at home in the warm shouldn’t be downplayed. Nice job sticking in there. The fact you put others in your stands first even says more about you as a hunter. Congratulations to you from us here in Indiana. Wonderful trophy!
Wow, that’s a slammer. Great habitat in that area. Plenty of timber and agriculture. I have relatives who leave in that general area. I remember when we’d travel there I always thought the habitat was really good. Plenty of fruit trees in that area too. I think Michigan has a lot of pressure, but when some of their bucks can find that area to mature…look out. Congrats Jeff.
Wow! That’s just awesome. And the fact that it’s a Michigan buck is even more incredible.