An early 1990s hunting film depicts the largest whitetail shot on film at the time.
Bowhunting has exploded in popularity over the course of the last few years, but some hunters have been getting the job done for a long time. In the early 90s, Jay Gregory shot the biggest buck with a bow on camera at the time.
Watch Jay Gregory shoot an absolute giant 190-inch buck, all on camera.
Grunting doesn’t always work, but on that crisp morning it did just the trick. Most of the time, grunting and rattling antlers will entice young bucks into shooting range, but Gregory was able to trick a Boone & Crocket buck using those tactics.
Who else digs the old school camo? Hunting technology has come a long ways since the early 1990s, but hunters were still able to get the job done. Heck, even Native Americans were able to get the job done with primitive tools and natural camo. Therefore, we should be thankful for carbon arrows and high-tech compound bows.
The action in the video is sure to get any deer hunter excited, knowing that the rut is almost here and bucks will be going crazy.