Paul knew the buck was coming off a cornfield in the morning, and following a fence line back to the timber before bedding. “I decided to hang a set closer to that cornfield, where the fence line came off the field,” he said. “So last Monday (Oct 13), I got in there early, and when shooting light came I could hear him coming down that fence line, grunting as he walked. He was alone, so I guess he just liked to grunt! I stood and grabbed my bow, and when I tried to clip my release to the string I knocked the arrow off the rest! I managed to get that back on, and then he was there, at 30 yards, but walking. I grunted to stop him and he gave me a perfect broadside shot.” The heavy-racked 10-point sported a split G2 and scored 155-7/8” B&C.