Wheelchair No Impediment To Taking Trophy

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We were contacted recently by Jason Dorshorst, of Plover, Wisconsin, with a photo
of a very nice buck taken from a ground blind. The buck was shot just north of Iola,
Wisconsin.

The remarkable thing about this hunt wasn’t the deer — though it is a very good buck
with 11 points, weighing 200 pounds and rough scoring 155 gross (151 net) with a 23-inch
inside spread. No, what’s remarkable was the hunter: That’s because Dorshorst — who
was injured in a motorcycle accident and became a paraplegic — was hunting at ground
level, in a blind, from his wheelchair.

 
Taking big bucks can be challenging enough, but few can understand the unique challenges
Dorshorst has overcome to stay in the game and successfully take trophy deer. Great
job, Jason.

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