November 28, 2011
Perry (17) and Ryan (18) Kise were both able to shoot this fantastic Knox County, Ohio trophy buck on private land late in October. Ryan did his work with a Canon HFS20 camera while Perry got the job done with his Bowtech Tribute bow and Carbon Express KV arrow that was tipped with a Hell Razor Broadhead.
The duo had spotted the buck the day prior while hunting a large patch of pine forest and put a plan in place to hunt the next evening in an area they thought the buck was headed to -- an Amish fruit orchard that was a couple hundred yards away from the opposite end of their property.
The buck did appear the next evening, but didn't offer a shot before disappearing around 5:45. A half-hour later, the buck reappeared with several deer in the CRP grass. Just before the suspicious buck turned to leave, Perry was able to send home a perfect shot. The buck piled up 80 to 100 yards away! The buck green grossed 201 inches and featured 19 scorable points.
Nice work on a great buck AND video guys!