On October 16 a few years ago, Mark and Terry Drury of Drury Outdoors were pumped. A front had rumbled in from the north overnight, dumping an inch of rain and dropping the temperature 30 degrees. The hunters had stayed out of one of their favorite Illinois spots all month, but now the time was right. They climbed into stands near a hollow where some deer always bedded, hoping to ambush a buck moving out to a nearby crop field. The plan worked. That afternoon Terry videotaped Mark tagging a 61/2-year-old 12-pointer that scored 160. It was one of the best bucks the Drury boys had ever shot in October.