Heres how it went down... I got in the stand at 6:00 this morning. By 6:30 I had deer all around me. My stand is in a cedar tree. Two yearlings come into the path in the tree and looked up at me. I knew I was busted. But they started eating berrys off a boxwood like bush. As it got lighter, the deer kept geting closer to the woods. They was eating green weeds in a non-picked soy bean field. As they got closer to the woods I would grunt. They would turn around and come about ten feet and stop, then go back. This went on for a few minutes. When it got light enough for me to see, I realized the 10 pointer was with them. The way the light was hitting that rack, It looked like his ears was big as a basketball. When I scoped him I knew it was now or never. Thats when I took the shot. If you look at one of the photos, you can see his tarsal glands are swollen. But this deer did not have the full blown rut smell. He actually had no smell at all. This evening, I heard two bucks raisin cane in the woods. It sounded like Lousiville sluggers beating each other. Needless to say, the better half has been off work all week and will be sitting in my stand in the morning. She has killed does by the truck load. But never a Buck. I can only hope and pray her time is now! This is my biggest rack/weight buck I have killed in my 42 years on this planet! Teddy 10 point buck Shot aprox. 7:15 am this morning 30-06 (US Armory, Springfield w/ Ted Williams scope, its a oldie but a goldie!) 168 yard shot Deer ran 30 feet! Aprox 200-210 lbs.