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Father-daughter team up for nice buck near Enid

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Here are some more success stories from Oklahoma deer hunters during the blackpowder season.
Greg Reiter, formerly of Enid but now living in Bentonville, Ark., and his daughter, Tayler, 11, were hunting near Enid on the last day of muzzleloader season when this big buck came out in front of them chasing does.

“Tayler was able to get him to stop with a grunt call and I shot him at 200 yards,” Reiter said. “The big 12-point field dressed at 220 pounds and had a gross score of 169½. This was our biggest deer to harvest and provided us with an unforgettable father and daughter experience.”
They donated the meat to the Hunters Against Hunger program.

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