We've all heard bucks grunt, and some of those grunts are pretty loud. But very few hunters have heard the kind of grunting that my hunting buddy Billy Jerowski heard yesterday afternoon. As he tells it, several mature does and their fawns had moved past his stand to feed in a nearby alfalfa field. Not long after, three young bucks appeared, working the same trails. "And then a mature buck--probably a 140-class 9-point--showed up," says Jerowski. "He was back in the brush so I couldn't see him well, but he was making plenty of racket, like he wanted the other bucks to know he was there."