Ohio Booner, Daniel Limbach

My name is Daniel Limbach and I harvested this monster on November 5, 2011 with my PSE Madness XS compound bow. He came out of Stark County, Ohio and was officially scored by Boone & Crockett's Randy Pepper on January 15, 2012. He scored 203 3/8 non-typical.

I'd taken three weeks vacation from work and within three days of hunting, this monster came up from the creek.

Through the corn, I could see the stalks coming down and my heart started thumping. The crunching of the corn stopped, so I hit my grunt and I soon saw him.

I made the shot from 15 yards sitting in a climber that was set along a treeline between a cornfield and beanfield. - Daniel Limbach


Congrats on a great buck Daniel!




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