The wide six approached Kerri's stand head-on and with the buck 15 yards she had to wait for her shot. All Kerri could think about was getting the wide six on the ground. Slowly, the buck began to turn, giving Kerri a slightly quartering-toward shot. As the buck turned its head to look at a deer approaching from behind, Kerri seized the opportunity and took the shot. The arrow flew true and she found the buck piled up a mere 40 yards away. It was an amazing feeling, Kerri says, and something she hopes to repeat for many seasons to come.