Man, DB put me in a hot spot. I met DB last year on realtree.com and he has helped me from turkey hunting, to target archery, to bowhunting. I haven't killed a deer with a bow, so I asked him if he would help me scout. I can shoot pretty good, but finding the deer is my downfall. DB took me to a PUBLIC hunting area and showed me a couple places to hang a stand. I hung a couple the next day. I hunted the one I thought would be best for opening evening (yesterday) and man I tell you what....I had to hunt long and hard....a whole 3 hours. I was wanting to shoot a doe and save the small bucks, but this little fork horn came out and started his way just like DB said they probably would. He came right down the trail infront of my stand where DB told me to clear a lane. That's when I knew I couldn't pass this deer up. I drew my bow as he stepped into my lane and I managed a voice grunt, stopping him perfect. I settled my pin (I rushed the shot, but I guess you have to learn from your mistakes) and released. It was off to the races. When he got back into the woods I did a little dance right there in my treestand all by myself. I hooted a little bit and shook a little. I had been wanting this for so long and it finally happened. I tracked last night and the blood was getting thin. I knew I shot high, so I thought I would wait 'till morning. I went back today to where I stopped and saw him laying 40 yards from where I stopped last night. The coyotes found him first and didn't leave me any meat, but I have a little fork-horn rack and a memory that will last a lifetime. It was so awesome.THANK YOU DANIEL BOONE!!!!!!!! YOU ARE THE MAN!!!! I should have pictures soon. Have to get them developed. Good hunting guys.