After Aaron had killed the night before, confidence was high. The weather was changing for the better, a blizzard was hitting the northern plains head on. We climbed into the blind around 2pm and waited. The snow was coming down heavy and the north west winds were biting us good. With temps well below 0, we stayed on high alert. Some does and fawns fed early and then it got slow. With about 20 minutes left, a fawn fed in front of us and coming out of the draw behind her was the “big 10” that we had on camera. He jumped the fence and offered me a clean shot at 25 yards. We watched him collapse in the CRP field, what an unbelievable way to spend Christmas, 2 bucks in 2 nights!