With Dylan connecting earlier in the evening (see previous blog post), JP and I were hunting about 10 miles away at a different piece of ground. We had a few shooters that had been showing up on the cameras but no real consistency from any of them. With a drop in temperature and a safe wind to hunt the stand, we felt like it could happen. With about a half hour of light left, JP caught movement coming through the thick vegetation behind us. The buck worked through the thicket and made his way to the bean field and gave me a quartering away shot at 20 yards. This would be the first time that we had ever doubled up on bucks in North Dakota in September, a night we will definitely not forget!