With a cold front hitting head on with the beginning of November, Hasty knew it was time to get into his best stands that he had been saving all fall. Shortly after climbing into the stand, and still a half hour before daylight, he could hear a buck running around on the ridge “roaring” and grunting very loudly. It was obvious that it was a mature deer, he just needed it to get light before he could make a move. As soon as it was light Hasty did a grunt sequence followed by a snort wheeze and it wasn’t 2 minutes later and the buck he called “Sidekick” was at the base of his tree. With a well placed arrow the old buck died just 25 yards from the stand.