There’s just something about intuition and deer hunting that seem to go hand in hand. You know: That inexplicable feeling that makes you look in a certain direction at just the right time or use a call exactly when you need to.
Or, in the case of Matt Moss, trusting your gut to hunt a certain stand for no particular reason — only to kill a buck that measured more than 216 inches Boone and Crockett, making it a potential Top 10 buck in Mississippi's Magnolia Records.
When the LSU-Shreveport Medical School student and his twin brother Brent left their home in Lake Charles on the morning of Dec. 29 and headed to their hunting lease in Jefferson County, Moss decided to try something he’d been wanting to do all season long.
Read the full account of the hunt from MississippiSportsman.com by clicking here.