Well, I shot another doe tonight, but it wasn't pretty. I was aiming for her neck as she walked towards the fence, shot her just as she started to jump, and ended up hitting her in the spine just forward of her hindquarters. I immediately walked down to where she fell and attempted to shoot her behind the head as she was thrashing around, resulting in a shot through her windpipe causing no "real" damage. She finally stopped thrashing after several minutes and I finished her. This was VERY unprofessional as I allowed myself to be rushed by the impending sunset. I could've shot her on the other side of the fence, but I was afraid she wouldn't come into view again before it was too dark to see, and I blew it! Right now I'm feeling pretty disgusted with myself and have vowed to never allow this to happen again. This is every bit as bad as my stepson trying to Carlos Hathcock that buck last weekend. On a brighter note, I saw about 85-100 turkey (one group) and a total of ten deer in the space of an hour and a half. My doe and another yearling were the only thing in range, but watching game is every bit as fun as shooting at it and twice as educational. I got to see a turkey hen chase a doe around the field which was pretty comical. I haven't got a buck this year, but I may not even try for one, I've got plenty of meat.