I imagine most of you can remember the details of the hunt vividly when admiring the trophy mounts you have. This one was alligator bottoms hunt late November doe were at the feeder and all down the lane in front of my stand most of the morning from first light. The stand sat under a very majestic old hickory tree with a slough about 15 yards in front and 1/2 acre food plot on the other side facing east with a 230 yard shooting lane bull dozed and stopping right on the West Bank of the Caddo creek a huge flood plane leading into the Tawakoni lake. This buck steps out into the cuts south edge exposing head neck and shoulder he looks towards me as he is looking at the doe all down the cut. He is standing on the creeks western bank and I had previously ranged the spot 226 yards. My wetherybey 7mm rem mag was sighted 1 inch high at 100 yards 120grain ballistic tip. Took a fine bead squeeze the trigger and he dropped right were he stood. This combination seldom has exit wound my thoughts are the animal takes all of the energy seems to be a great combination for a white tail this one was 198 pounds.