Buck of the Week: Cook County Christmas

SHARE Buck of the Week: Cook County Christmas

Cady Walsh nominated stepdad Henry Campbell for Buck of the Week with this 10-point from Cook County, on Christmas Eve.

4246261597_9b00d42742.jpg

And I might add it is quite the tale.

Here it is from Walsh:

I would like to nominate my step dad Henry Campbell for you Buck of the Week. He shot this deer Christmas Eve on our farm in Cook County. The turkey was on the table, Grandma and Grandpa were at the house sitting at the dinner table when Hank walked in with blood on his hands from field dressing this deer. Mom put tin foil over the turkey, the potatoes back in the oven and told Grandpa to find a football game on TV. Dinner was going to have to wait because Momma had to help get a deer out of the woods and into the cooler. I think he deserves Buck of the Week because he has waited a long time to get a big deer. He has passed on many smaller bucks thinking to himself, You’ll never get a big buck if you shoot them when they’re small. It turned out to be a 10 point, 165 pound deer.

That’s quite a turn-out and present.

BOTW leads the Illinois Hunting Report on the outdoors page of the Sun-Times each Wednesday. An extended online version appears here, usually by midnight Tuesday.

E-mail BOTW nominations to outdoordb@sbcglobal.net.

The Latest
Seiya Suzuki returned from paternity leave and Willson Contreras was activated from the injured list.
The Sept. 13 shooting that left Axel Robledo wounded was called an apparent “random act of violence” by Chicago police.
The outgoing and avuncular Lynch was first drawn to Chicago in 1967 when he visited the city from his home in Wisconsin to see the Picasso sculpture.
Participants will take fitness classes and healthy cooking classes; ‘I’ve never known anything specifically geared toward the health and wellness of the community like this,’ said one organizer