Darrin Rader of Tuttle, Oklahoma has had his two daughters tag along on deer hunts since they were five years old. As they got older he would take Riley and Raegan out on the youth deer hunts. Last year was Riley's last one, and this year was Raegan's last one and he wanted the hunt to be special.
Last year Raegan did not shoot a deer, as she did not see one that she liked. This past weekend Raegan passed on several bucks that she saw late Friday. Raegen has been hunting for awhile, harvesting her first deer at 8.
On Saturday morning she and her father saw a large buck through the binoculars. They stalked the large buck for awhile, and then Raegan got a shot at the buck, the buck “jumped and bolted, making it about 80 yards before piling up, bringing an end to several years and many, many hunts with my two girls during the youth rifle season,” Darrin said. Raegan's patience paid off with a 10 point buck that Saturday morning. From NewsOK.com .