Saturday I shot my largest archery buck to date but he jumped the string pretty bad. He dropped about 12-15 inches resulting in a straight liver shot with my Muzzy Trocar. As I was trying to sneak out of the stand and get back to the truck without bumping the deer he suddenly sprung up out of his bed not 10 yards off of my trail I was using to exit. I was sick to see him get up but he headed directly into a large field of CRP. I knew he should feel safe in there and bed down and eventually die there. I left him over night and came back 24 hours after the original shot. I searched that field with three friends before church and could not find him. I ended up coming back with my wife later that night and looking for him again still finding nothing. I would really like to recover this buck and I know he is dead with a 99% chance in the CRP he went into. It is thick and tall and you cannot see more than 10 feet to either side of you. I think if I had a drone to hover over the top of the field I could locate him from the air. I looked up how much it would cost to rent one and the cheapest and earliest I could get one out to me in southwest Iowa was $240 by Wednesday. I am hoping someone on this forum may have one that is closer and not break the bank for me to rent other wise I am not sure I will ever find this buck. Thanks for your help and consideration. I will have a video to upload of the shot soon as well.