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Brady Treme believes in three core principles for deer hunting: the wind has to be right, scent control is vital and good luck is key.
All three came together perfectly last week in Beauregard Parish, when the 60-year-old shot his biggest buck ever: a nice 12-point with a kicker that green-scored more than 150 inches.
When it comes to hunting and killing big bucks, everything pretty much hinges on fate.
While you can increase your odds with scouting and putting in countless hours on stand, the deer still have to cooperate and cross your path at exactly the right time.
When her husband and 20-year-old son decided to go and pull trail cam cards earlier this month on their 1,400-acre lease in Beauregard Parish, Mary Jones figured that would be a perfect opportunity to enjoy an afternoon hunt in her husband’s tripod stand.
“I had three possible places that I could go. Two of them were stands I usually hunt,” said Jones, 46, who works with her husband as a bookkeeper for his logging business. “My reasoning was we were passing right by it. It was the closest, and when I found out he wasn’t going, I was like, ‘Hey, let me sit in it.’”