Well on opening day I got my largest deer to date. I shot this buck at 8:15 in the morning. I was in the stand early and right around daylight I heard some movement down below me, I then spotted the movement but only breifly. Then it was gone and all was quiet, 20 minutes later I heard movement again and this time it was right in front of me just on top of the ridge, then I saw them,at first a doe then another doe then another doe running and on her tail was another deer and I could see the flash of antlers. He chased her for a couple of minutes and I could see thru my binocs that he was a nice buck, OH only for him to stop or come my way some more cause I could only se parts of the buck. The doe started to run up the hill and I watched him in hot persuit of her and off they went my hopes of getting him gone. Things settled down and got quiet again. I sat there glassing the area where the deer had disappeared in hopes of seeing him once more. Some time had passed and then I heard the distink footsteps of a deer, and I looked over to my right and caught glimpse of legs moving down the hill. I got my binocs and sure enough it was a deer but I could not tell what it was. The deer kept coming down the hill then I seen them, I could not believe what I was looking at. The buck kept coming down the hill with his head to the ground and he got down in the tick brush and then started to move to my right which would put in crossing just in front of me. I kept waiting for him to clear out of the thick brush and then it happened he started to walk back up the hill but in the right direction. I anchored the scope out in fornt of him and let him walk into the cross hairs and sqeezed of the shot, the deer took about 7 steps and down he tumbled. I could not believe what I was seeing. so I got down out of the tree stand and started to walk up to the deer, praying that what I saw was true. When I got up the the Buck I droped to my knees and gave the Lord a pray for sending my biggest Buck to date to me. So here are a few pictures and I hope you enjoy.