Finally! after several years of just out of range or one always being on alert to where I could never pull a shot off, yesterday everything came to a perfect shot. Got in my treestand yesterday morning, a little cool no wind at all. An hour and a half later here come two doe's. They were taking their time nibbling here and there as they came to me. The one in the rear had her head down and the front one started past me, as she stepped past a tree I stood up and pulled the string back. Aiming past the tree about where I was going to take my shot. I let the arrow fly and off they ran. It looked like I made a good hit. I gave them 10 minutes and climbed down. I went over to where I made the shot about 18yrds. No arrow so at least I knew I stuck her, I backed out of the woods for an hour. When I came back to track her I found some small drops of blood about 10yrds, so now I'm second guessing if I made a good shot or not. About 50yrds I start finding more blood...about 75yrds there she lay! Man I was excited. I hit her a couple of inches back of the rib cage about two inches down, all the way through to the front leg on the oposite side. She dressed out at 115lbs. Thank you Martin Bows! I've taken Bucks and Doe's durning gun season but this doe, my first deer taken with my bow I will remember the most.