One of the bucks that stayed just out of range of Pete Angle's stand.
Wednesday, November 18 The boys were up early again today and dressed for the rain. As I write this the rain has finally stopped, and the text messages I am getting from Pete say that he has seen 5 shooters running doe around in the vicinity of his stand but they haven’t slowed down or stopped long enough to get a shot. He had a 160-inch class 8 point with 14 inch G2s bedded down with a doe 80 yards from his stand…that must be unnerving! I finally got some good photos of my buck and have been to the caping barn with my guide Scott Bradshaw. He has been the mastermind behind putting us in the thick of it despite the weather. I must say that Hadley Creek Outfitters is a well run organization. The guides are incredibly friendly, hard working and know everything about the deer on their farms. I have been able to spend time in camp today and it is incredibly well-appointed. Hopefully we will have some bruisers down on our last day. By the way, here’s a photo of Ron Willing, the Hadley Creek camp Manager, who makes sure that everything runs like clockwork.
One of the bucks that stayed just out of range of Pete Angle’s stand.