Would like to start off by saying I don't normally write long storys. But, I guess I feel that the deer that went down the Evening of December 21st deserves it. What a long season it has been- thus I give you the "Story of High Boy". August of 2019- The Hot days of summer were here. As I was busy with work and life in general, I didn't make much time to scout from the road. My Mom and Dad had recently purchased a golf cart, and began to travel to the farmland evenings to cool off and look for bucks. In scouting the back farm dirt, they had told me that there were many bucks this year. Much more than any other year. It seemed as if a Bachelor group picked a great spot to hang out, eat and nap! While they scouted, they seen a Tall Racked buck. Not wide, but Tall. He started to stick out among the others and was for sure a regular to the buffet of Clover fields. Dad started calling him "High boy" at that time. I decided if there happened to be that many bucks in the area, certainly a camera would be a good idea. And so the first pictures of "High Boy" Unfolded. He seemed to be a fat and happy farmland buck. With a tall rack. Of the 20 or so photos I have of him, he always seems to be intermingling with the other deer and for sure comfortable and camera friendly! I have never had a buck like this guy with so many photo encounters. I started to peak interest in this unique buck and let the camera do the scouting for me. Did he ever put on a show!