i went deer hunting yesterday and spotted a group of whitetails at 200 yards. i stalked to where i figured they would come off the river, and they came out 15 yards in front of me. the lead doe came out facing me directly and stopped. it was an easy shot, but i wasn't sure about a straight on shot with a bow. with a rifle, i would have taken the doe's head off to prevent meat damage, but i am not going to cripple a deer for the coyotes and mountain lions. i have been kicking my own butt over this all day, so let me know- was i right in not taking the shot i wasn't sure of, or would i have skewered the deer anyway shooting into the brisket? i am shooting 55 pounds draw weight on a 15 yard shot. thanks yall! here's the spot i was hunting, the first picture is where the incident occured, right by the salt cedars and small plum thicket, in the center of the picture by the riverbed. you can also see a heavily used deer trail in the bottom of the first pic.