I know there are a lot of great archers on this site, so I was curious as to what your farthest bow kill is. I don't care if it's from a tree stand, ground blind, stalking or off the back deck. Give some details such as exact distance, location of hit and distance traveled after the shot. I'll start with mine: I shot my first buck when I was 15 years old. I was walking into my stand in the snow when I caught movement past my stand. I watched a little 5 point walk directly past my stand and then continued walking once he had disappeared. I climbed up and had just pulled my bow up when that dude came strolling back by. By the time I nocked an arrow he was past me, walking straight away. Being young and dumb I came to full draw and as soon as he showed me his ribs I aimed high and let it fly. I heard the tell-tale thud and the buck took off across a creek and layed down halfway up the hill. My dad and I went back after dark, about 4 hours after the shot and the deer was still alive and took off running again so we went home and waited longer. We went back in the middle of the night and found him about 250 yards from where he had been hit. I hit one lung and liver at 47 yards. That was 13 years ago and I've never killed one from that distance since then.