I went down to my hunting club this weekend putting up some stands and doing some scouting getting ready for Nov. 17 muzzleloading season. One of the local people came by the camp telling what had happened during the week. A man was bowhunting with his wife when he stuck a nice buck. He knew he made a good hit so he came out of his stand and went to get his wife giving his deer a little time. He got his wife and they went and got the 4-wheeler and went to where he stuck the buck. They started following the trail and did not go far when they heard the coyotes and the coyotes ran. The coyotes had completely eaten the hind quarters. Two days later the mans son stuck a doe and the same thing happened. Both times the deer had not been dead much over an hour. We have had coyotes for years but they are timid and you might kill 1 a year out of a stand. They mainly roam at night. I have seen them eat a deer before but this was on a deer that could not be tracked in the dark and had to be found the next day. I have never seen them move in on a deer that quick. I don't know whats up. I have always given bow shot deer 2 hours before tracking and have never had a problem. Any other bow hunters having any problem ?