Shot this doe on 10/20 just before dark. She walked almost directly under me and I just had a little hole in the canopy to shoot through. I knew I was looking at a spine shot. The arrow you see sticking out between her shoulder blades was the first shot. The second arrow she was flailing around and was no longer lined up with the hole in the canopy so I had to shoot through some junk and by that time I was having trouble even finding the peep on my string...as bad as that shot looks it did get the opposite lung and ended things very quickly. First shot was 2 blade Rage chisel tip. The coup de grace was an original 3 blade Rage. 2nd pic was the entry hole on the first shot. The 3rd pic was the entry hole on the 2nd shot. The 2nd shot did "pass through" into the dirt, but I failed to take a pic of the exit hole.
Watched him for 1/2hr hoping he'd come closer and offer me a shot. Thought he left the area, but here he came looking for that doe and buck he heard. Lots of praying at this point. 20yd shot using an old Matthews solo am feathermaxx and GrimReapers broadheads, really like those. Thank you Lord!