Well, right now is a antlerless deer hunt in herd control areas of Wisconsin. I've been hunting afternoons since Thursday and all I've seen was 2 bucks, until tonight. I got into the stand at about 4:30 tonight and it was pretty slow. I was expecting it to be another night of watching squirrels. At a little before 6:00 I peered over my back to see a doe walking between the woods and a cornfield about 50 yards behind me. I raised my rifle and waited for her to come into a small clearing I cut. When she came into the opening I clicked off the safety and let her have it, only to miss. She ran into woods towards me (as they usually do when I shoot at a deer on the edge of that cornfield) She stopped behind some brush for a minute or so then began running right at me. She slowed down at about 35 yards and this time I made sure I hit. I shot and she dropped in her tracks. The fun part began as I had to drag her up a hill about 150-200 yards to my fourwheeler by myself.. Exciting hunt nonetheless! The hole you see in the picture is the exit hole, the bullet entered high right shoulder.