“Yeah, it’s those big sets that keeps me going,” she says. “Best year I ever had was three sets of those. It’s OCD, I know. But I enjoy it, so why not?” She keeps notes on about 20 deer at a time. Where they hang out, the last date she saw them with antlers, the first date without, and when she has found their sheds in past years. If she finds them. “I can’t be everywhere at once,” she says. “I wish I could.” When a buck dies and there are no more records to keep, her notes are still useful. Bucks are like bass. When one vacates a good spot, another is usually happy to take it.