Gunnar Herbert took this great Suffolk County buck on Friday, November 7th. It was a cool morning and Herbert was off from school due to post-hurricane Sandy damages. Herbert's brother invited him out east for a morning hunt.
Around 10a.m. Herbert was bummed as he didn't see a deer all morning. Then out of the heavy brush came a big buck. The buck trotted in right to Herbert's blind and Herbert stopped the buck dead in his tracks at 10 yards.
Herbert was able to make a perfect shot on the whitetail and it was down for the count after 70 yards. "I couldn't help but scream after i saw him drop," said Herbert, "What a rush!"