I have hunted this stand before and was excited to get another chance to go to it. It has a beautiful view of the fields and the hills surrounding the famous Christmas Place. Bob, my husband, killed a deer and a hog from it. The above picture is right up against the hills where three deer soon came out. A huge doe, nice buck (took a picture) and a culled deer. I chose not to shoot the doe and just enjoyed watching her. She kept looking towards the front field and I'm thinking maybe a bigger buck was close by the way she was acting. All of a sudden she and the culled deer turned and went back the way they came out and the bigger buck leaped into the tall grass and watched him disappeared. Later, I heard the sound of a buck grunt and saw two more does. Then a shot! Bob was hunting the South Cornfield and shot one of six deer. Later, saw him with the flashlight looking for it but unfortunately did not find it. While he was looking, I barely saw three more does come out in the field and soon they were spooked by the flashlight.
Looking out the window to the right at the grand view.
I was pleasantly surprised to see another Bodock Tree with a fruit ball on the ground next to the stand.
A nice buck walked out. The doe was already in front of him. The culled deer came in behind him.
As the sun was setting the pink clouds made a beautiful curvy design in the sky.
North Cornfield Stand
End of another great hunting day at the famous Christmas Place Plantation and Hunting Club!