Ted Marum, whom I use for a contact often in this space, couldn't agree more. Marum, owner of Tri-State Outfitting, had the pleasure of seeing his daughters Teagan and Addison tag deer during Wisconsin's annual youth deer hunt last weekend. Since does and younger bucks are still actively hitting food plots, Ted decided a blind placed near their edge was a sound strategy for the Saturday opener. Ted sat with Teagan as she took her first deer ever—a plump and healthy doe—Saturday afternoon. Teagan followed that up with a nice six-point buck (above left) the following afternoon. Addison, meanwhile, hunting with mentor Greg Cristoffel, also got a nice doe, then made a great 150-yard shot that downed a big-bodied 8-pointer (right). Both girls shot rifles chambered for 7mm/08--a caliber with light recoil but plenty of punch. All four whitetails were recovered quickly.