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Non-Typical Monster Buck from Ohio

November 21, 2011 by  
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On November 2, 2011 Matt Sheterom harvested a giant 200 class non-typical. This buck has incredible character, multiple drop tines, mass and 18 points. Below is a brief account of his hunt. His pictures been all over the Internet and will likely be featured in North American Whitetail at some point. Congrats Matt!

I have had a trying and turbulent year to say the least. I have had two surgeries with the last one repairing the Ulner nerve in my elbow. It has also left me unable to shoot my compound bow for the rest of the season, which has been discouraging. With the great help of my wife I have recovered enough to get out there! With the help of Jeff Baker and Steve Esker I was successful while out there!

Once Steve heard of me loosing function in my left hand and the surgery he immediately called and offered his Excaliber crossbow to use, I have known him only a SHORT time (met in August). Who does this kind of thing? Hunter’s are awesome, his brother Scott and friends were all there to help me celebrate tonight.

Jeff Baker and I have hunted together for about 26 years, he has been a great mentor and friend. He was killing big deer before it was popular! He immediately came over and drug me out to the woods to set up an elevated blind. It sits below the lock-on I intended to use before I learned of my fate this Fall.

7 weeks of trail cam pics with no giants but we all knew one was here. Tonight I had a wind that was almost wrong for me and almost right for him, my favorite wind to hunt. With the next two days with wind just wrong I knew tonight was my night. I was right, this bruiser gave me a 27 yard shot that I gladly took. Everything played out perfectly and I am now knocking on the door of the 200″ club!!

Matt Sheterom

www.OhioAcres.com

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