Jeff Hall, Kentucky

You don't need an army to drive deer effectively. Jeff Hall (left) and hunting buddy Roy Collier proved it on Nov. 9, 1996, while hunting near Cave Run Lake in Menifee County. As this big 11-pointer chased a doe at 7:15 a.m., Roy pushed both deer across a ridge to Jeff. The result was an easy 35-yard muzzleloader opportunity. "Two-man drives do work!" Jeff says with a smile.


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