He didn’t put much into horns but he was thick-necked, deep-chested and scarred up. Two days prior I lost or broke all of my arrows trying to finish off a fox with my longbow. I was pretty dang depressed thinking that my hunt was over with a tag still in my pocket, but while deboning a buck that I had shot on the first day of the hunt I found a broadhead and outsert lodged in its scapula. I glued the outsert back onto the remaining broken shaft, sharpened the broadhead and shot this buck on the last morning of the hunt, just hours before the plane was scheduled to arrive. It was amazing watching him trot 35 paces, stop to look around, and then tip over and die in plain sight, all within seconds. Thank god for rutty bucks, seconds chances, my @ultimatepredatorgear decoy and an 8-yard shot! Super stoked to shoot two bucks this year with my longbow! Thanks again to @rogue_expeditions who I couldn’t have done it without!