Pennsylvania woman harvests her second deer during the 2015 rifle season and this doe is a beauty.
This hunter, Nichole, gets an exciting hunt in on a doe in the Pennsylvania forest.
Only her second deer, it is a challenging hunt in the brush and second growth woods of Armstrong County.
Using a .243 rifle, she is able to get it on after an initial miss with a quick follow-up shot.
That is a great deer and will provide some prime venison for the freezer. Good on this hunter making the shot, after missing on the first one she immediately chambered another round and got on target.
I always feel lucky when I draw a doe tag in my hunting area because they typically are the best venison and harvesting a doe is an important management tool to keep quality deer populations in a hunting zone.