Well it has been a long hunting season and I am glad to finally get some meat for the freezer. No one else in my house will eat deer and it is tough to cook a meal for one with a family of three. That being said I can only shoot one deer a year because that is all the more I can eat. So I started the season looking for a trophy and passed on many easy oppurtunities. Then later in the year I couldn't get a deer in front of me for anything. So I am glad to harvest this deer and get some meat, thank you Mrs. Deer for giving me the oppurtunity. My first bow kill, she was quarting toward me, I shot her at about 12 yards through the back of the shoulder and into a lung. Found her about 50 yards from the shot. I have heard about the hype about the Rage broadheads and now I am a true believer, flat out amazing hole. One blade did bend when it cut through a rib. I was also amazed at how little blood there was since I had only one hole and it was high in her. Next year I am going to get some meat quick, and then if a wall hanger shows up I will figure that out then. Oh one other question, the following day I went back out to check the gut pile. It appears the other deer in the area followed everywhere I drug the carcass and then provided pellets and urine all over the trail. I found this very odd, are they marking territory or is this some kind of warning to me???