Then make a poor shot. Had a nice doe and fawn, come into one of my micro plots, first she stopped quartering to, then turned around quartering away, small branch covering exactly where I want to shoot. Still haven't come to full draw, then she turns around and is quartering to, then I can tell she is shifting to broadside. Fawn behind her, lol. Finally she is broadside a bit quartering away at 30 yds, come to full drawn settle in and arrow sails low and back a bit. She takes off like a bat out heck, arrow sticking out but I watch the nocturnal until it disappears. Got down, went to where she was standing, blood and corn. Walked across to where she entered thick stuff and walked to a big tree about 20yds in that she went left of, quite a bit of blood and I could see it ahead. Did an about face and am going back in the morning. She ran like I may have caught her heart and the blood wasn't just gut shot, but I am waiting. I actually got a picture of her on the trail cam standing where I shot her, then her bounding off about a minute later.