Well guys as ive said in all my other bow hunting posts i hunt on the ground. My friend says you cant kill deer that way i have proved him wrong way to many times. Back to my story i was sitting on a five gallon bucket in a fence row facing north toward a big crp field with strips mowed in it. the fence line ran east and west to my immeiate west was a gap for tractors and such. Directly south was a standing corn field and some really really thick bottom brush or scrub brush full of sapplings the stuff you cant hardly walk through. Well about 6 this evening i had A yearling doe come out of the corn and walk into the fence row less than 7 yards from me, while watching her another deer caught my eye it was another yearling doe. I turned to watch the second one hoping mommy was near well i turned back and the first one was gone or was it they wer so small a patch of honeysuckle about the same hieght of my bucket hid the whole deer unless its head was up. Finally i hear another one behind me its got to be mommy i think? I WAS WRONG ,I THINK ?any way it was another doe the same size as the first two. I now have three deer less than 7 yards from me on the ground with the wind blowing right to them. Why and how i dont know but they never saw or smelled me. Anyway the one behind me in the corn ended up scaring the other two half to death and they ran off so the one that caused all the commotion was standing there looking around like hey where did everybody go. Well any i could have shot at any time but i decided to hold up for a bigger doe, they would have been good eating but i coulda carried one out with one hand with the guts still in it. Wha do you guys think should i have shot or did i make the right choice,,,,, Take into consideration im a meat hunter not a trophy hunter and does out number bucks tremendously in my area.