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Perfect 20yd broadside shot, think I got the secondary lung and then the arrow hit no mans land....how long to track?

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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.
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I've heard that their reaction times are so quick that can exhale everything and make their lungs tiny. Creates the void. Even that as the arrow hits their lungs will instantly react inside their body and change shape to be above or below impact point. Explains all these perfect shot deer that are never recovered. Think about it.
 

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In my experience if you try to tickle the void via the texas heart you most likely will not find her again. More predictable results seem to be had from the full frontal route or perhaps the windpipe and face.
 

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I saw that doe first!! I had my Ozonics going with the NoseJammer attachment and while I was calling with my Acorn Cruncher she came in from behind me....luckily I had my Deer View Mirror deployed. I messed up the shot though....I tried to shoot her in the head through her legs while she was feeding but my Rage didn't open because it was frozen. Tough day in the woods.
 

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In my experience if you try to tickle the void via the texas heart you most likely will not find her again. More predictable results seem to be had from the full frontal route or perhaps the windpipe and face.
Best just shoot them while in their bed with their CPAP mask on....instant shock and awe
 
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