Was out for about an hour and half this evening. Nothing was moving so just as the light was fading, I tried some pretty aggressive calling with the grunt call. About 8 or 10 minutes later, after the light faded beyond what I consider good shooting light (about 10 to 12 minutes before legal shooting time ends), I had a buck come in. He came in silently and I spotted him in the shadows about 20 yards away. The lighting was such that I couldn't make out the rack very well. Next he move downwind of me and I mean directly downwind. I knew I'd be busted, but it actually took him a while to figure out that something was wrong. When he got nervous enough, he moved out into the open field about 50 yards away. The light in the open field was much better, so I threw up the binos and got a good look at him. He was beautiful, maybe a 140 or so and I was pleased to have had an encounter with a shooter this early in the bow season. I'll be looking forward to possibly getting another crack at him. Pictures to follow...I hope.