Cara Spears may see a nice buck when she’s deer hunting, but that doesn’t necessarily mean she’ll shoot it.
“You can’t kill a record buck if you don’t let the little ones grow,” explains Spears, an experienced hunter. “They have to have that chance to reach their full potential.”
Spears, who grew up on a farm, learned to hunt when she was 19. Now 31, she’s an LPN and married with an 18-month-old son.
“His name is Reed. That’s deer spelled backwards,” she notes.