The LeMon Buck

On November 6th, Robert LeMon was able to get out of work early and head to the woods for the last 2 hours of day light. LeMon made his way in to the woods and when he kicked up a small buck just 70 yards from his stand. As the sun started to set, LeMon heard some movement out to his left.

Six does were making their way up the hill to a nearby field. Shortly after, LeMon then turned his head and saw some movement in the brush in front of his stand. LeMon kept his eye on the brush and watched as a rack popped up above the brush. LeMon grunted at the buck and after the third grunt the buck stopped 30-yards out and began to make a scrape. While the buck was occupied, LeMon drew back on the buck and was able to make the shot.

LeMon’s 7-pointer was a heavyweight buck tipping the scales at almost 200 pounds. LeMon was hunting in the town of East Fishkill in Dutchess County when he arrowed this nice buck.

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