There really was a huge non-typical buck taken by an Amish hunter in the Buckeye State of Ohio that same year. However, the thick-racked stud in this picture was tagged by a different Amish hunter from Kentucky during a public-land gun hunt. Dan Miller of Hart County was hunting the Pennyrile State Forest (located in Christian County), which consists of about 17,000 acres of heavily wooded, hilly terrain. About 3 in the afternoon, Miller slowly eased into some thick cover that was dotted with small openings and loaded with white oak acorns. As he rested against a tree, a buck suddenly appeared about 70 yards from his position with its head down.