I scored on my buck last Sunday; bought a second tag this weekend to continue the hunt. Got a late start Monday morning and was forced to still hunt to my stand which is about 1/2 mile down a thick fencerow. Got to within about 200 yards @ 7:20. I always pause once I crest the top of a small knoll that acts as a vision shield for the game from the road. I looked around for a few minutes to confirm it was clear, then began approaching my stand. Just as I started to move again I saw a large buck walk out of the fencerow and start right at me. I froze on 1 knee and to my surprise he didn't notice. He was walking slowly right at me, 100 yards, 75, now 40; he ended up walking to within 15 yards broadside of me before he ever noticed me standing there He was a big deer; huge neck and chest. His rack lacked mass; it wasn't thin, but most bucks in this area get a lot of mass. He was a 9 pointer, right side broken off at the end. Tine length only 5-7 inches, nothing spectacular, but he was WIDE. Around 4-5'' past the ear on each side! We played the "stare game" for 3-4 minutes at close range before he decided I was too strange for him and troted off into the woods. I've been bow hunting for a lot of years - this just doesn't happen to a man with a tag! I think he could smell the "doe only" tag in my pack! I climbed into my stand & hunted till noon. Managed to kill a big male yote dog @ 9:30. He came sneaking in after I made a series of doe bleats Saw another small buck around 10 run full speed across a 300 acre field into the woods.