Well, I was on my way into my honey hole and I walk past the bones of the elk I killed in 2001 (didn't go back in 2002 due to a large fire). I let out a bugle for sentimental reasons and down the drainage I get a response. Well a herd bull and 2 satellite bulls start having a bugling battle. I settle in above the drainage and start cow calling to see what happens. Well, I can see a small 5x5 and I can hear the herd bull going crazy but my third bull seems to disappear.....well he reappears silently 50 yards accross the drainage heading up. He's a decent 6x6 (w/ a broken 5th point) and decide if he presents the shot I'll take him. He walks the opposite side of the drainage and I begin to wonder if he is going to give me a shot or just leave. He gets about 30 yards above me and heads across to my side of the drainage through waist deep ferns (yes we have ferns in Wyoming). I come to full draw and when he clears some trees I cow call and he stops. I pick the spot and let the Snuffer give him the business @ 30 yards....it blew through so fast that I have ABSOLUTELY no idea where the arrow went! I couldn't have drawn an "X" in a better spot for a hit. Well he wheels and heads straight at me! He stops at about 20 yards and turns broadside and looks back to the bottom to see what had just bit him. Sensing an opportunity, I draw another arrow (Muzzy tipped this time) and put another arrow about 4 inches below the first one (It's the hole by my sight in the picture). He bolts about 40 yards to the right and this guy now looks like a sprinkler!!!! There is blood shooting out both sides 5 to 10 feet!! Well he's quartering away now and being the impatient man I am (and partly out of curiosity) I put a third arrow behind his last rib and he bolts 40 yards across the drainage and craters!! While I'm boning him out I look accross the draw and see the bones from my 2001 elk......I must say that this drainage has been good to me!!! FWIW I was shooting a Mathews MQ1 w/ Easton Epics and 125 gr. Snuffers and Muzzy 115 gr. 4-blades.