You might remember Clyde Roberts from last year when he shot the biggest buck of his life at the age of 103 (full story here).\u00a0 One year later, Clyde is still climbing treestands and harvesting big bucks at the age of 104. Before jumping into his incredible hunt from this year, get to know Clyde a little bit through this great video from\u00a0Virginia DGIF, it’s sure to inspire you.The following was written by Clyde’s son, Mike Roberts, who accompanied him on this memorable hunt.On Monday, December 4, 2017, Clyde Roberts, thought to be America\u2019s oldest, active deer hunter, bagged his 3rd white-tailed deer of the season. Having already taken 2 does from a 20-foot treestand located on his Bedford County farm, Roberts traveled to the \u201cCove\u201d in rural Halifax County where he was the guest of former NASCAR driver and wildlife conservationist, Ward Burton, and son, Jeb.Clyde with a one of the two does he harvested during Virginia’s gun season.Ascending the ladder into a Redneck Blind around 2:00 in the afternoon, and accompanied by his son, Mike, the elder Roberts waited patiently in hopes one of the several black bears roaming the area would wander within range. At approximately 4:00, two whitetail does walked out into the field and began feeding. Moments later, the deer raised their heads and began looking back toward the woods; Roberts whispered, \u201cThere\u2019s something else coming!\u201dThat something else turned out to be a coyote, which trotted out less than 30 yards from the blind. With tails raised and ears erect, the two deer nervously watched the predator zig-zag across the field until it was out of sight. No shot! For half-an-hour, and with rifle ready, Clyde kept an eye on the does as they grazed within 75 yards of the blind.Some fifteen minutes later, Clyde whispered, and a bit too loud, \u201cThere\u2019s a buck!\u201d Upon seeing the does, the handsome 8-pointer\u2019s attention immediately shifted from food to romance. Picking up his pace, the buck crossed the field and began chasing. As he pushed one doe into the adjacent weed cover, Roberts\u2019 son stopped the action with a sharp grunt – giving Clyde an opportunity to settle the scope\u2019s crosshairs on the animal\u2019s front quarters. At the crack of the .270, the buck cartwheeled into the brush.With a smile on his face, Clyde turned and commented, \u201cDid my best to hold it on his shoulder!\u201d A proud son patted his father on the shoulder and said, \u201cCongratulations, Daddy, you got him!\u201dAt the age of 104, Clyde Roberts holds his trophy buck tall.\u00a0Amazingly, this centenarian has harvested 10 whitetails since eclipsing the century mark; all but 4 of them taken with a .50 caliber muzzleloader and by a man who never hunted deer until retiring at age 65, 39 years ago! During that span, Clyde has missed tagging a buck only one year. In the early 1990s, he was unable to climb a tree or shoot because of a dislocated shoulder and 3 broken ribs – the result of an attack from a deranged, Angus bull. Roberts\u2019 biggest buck was felled on Election Day, 2016, when his granddaughter, Christin Elliott, accompanied him to the polls in the morning and the treestand later that afternoon. What a memorable day that turned out to be!And while his hearing is not the best, due to sawing lumber for years without protection and gamma-knife surgery required to remove a benign tumor located near the right-side inner ear, Clyde\u2019s eye-sight remains keen. Case in point: the week before, while Roberts and his son sat watching an old field that Clyde tilled with a one-horse plow as a 10-year-old child, he pointed to a pig-nut hickory, loaded with the soft-hulled nuts (over 100 yards away), and whispered, \u201cSee the squirrel up in that tree?\u201dClyde’s biggest buck from 2016And not to be overlooked, Clyde\u2019s deer hunting did not look promising for 2017. During August he suffered a painful gall-stone attack. Because of his advanced age, rather than operating, doctors prescribed a drug to, hopefully, dissolve the stones. The bad news was that the side effects of the 3-month prescription stripped Roberts\u2019 of practically all physical stamina. With his son in Montana on a month-long wildlife photography, trout fishing, and mule deer hunting trip, Clyde, who could barely walk, had given up hopes of hunting.Then, 2 days prior to his son\u2019s return home, Clyde\u2019s doctor took him off the drugs. Almost immediately, his strength and attitude improved. Unbelievably, this 104-year-old sportsman hunted 11 afternoons of Bedford County\u2019s two-week season. And he does not hunt on Sunday! Even though the dejected hunter was unable to participate in the early muzzleloader season, when buck activity is at its peak, he sat patiently for hours. As has often been the case, Clyde\u2019s patience eventually was rewarded.Keep in mind, here is a man who still prepares breakfast each morning, drives a Chevy pickup, attends church services on Sunday, mows the yard, and works a garden. When asked about his secret to longevity, Clyde quickly answers, \u201cHard work and living for the Lord!\u201d Who can argue with such?