Outstanding, keep it up...lolYou could have saved that money spent on a tracker if you had just waited for the deer to start leaking tertiary blood and picked up the trail from there. They don't leak tertiary blood until they've use up primary and secondary blood reserves. That's usually after they've run 300yds and fatigued a little. Downhill. Near water.
I don’t need a dog tracker, when I sit down they always jump my ass, maybe get some duck jerky and show them some attention.Shot a big doe and I think I got the secondary lung, pretty sure the arrow then hit the "void" completely missing the primary lung. The arrow was covered in secondary lung blood, no primary lung blood found, some spotty "void" blood. Called a dog tracker in who is very experience in tracking secondary blood.