I shot a doe last night. It was a bad combination of quartering to me, low light, and extreme downward angle. Gave her an hour or so before we got the dog on her. Trailed her steadily for a few hours with meager amounts of bright red blood, some with bubbles. At one point, the tracker found a spot of dark, almost black blood. We were going to back out and give her until morning but then jumped her shortly after and she jumped the fence onto property I do not have permission to search. I'm going to try and go back after school since I get out at 12. From the angle of shot and blood found, I'm worried I clipped one lung and do liver, but there wasn't dark blood until well into the track, which makes me wonder. But anyways, wish me luck this afternoon. If I don't get permission, I suppose I will continue to search our property in hopes that she came back across the fence. Hindsight is always better, but I feel like I should have known not to take that shot. I like them close, but 5 steps away when I'm 15-17 feet up is extreme.