Well here's the story: Many trail cam pics this year and my oldest son and I had 3 bucks picked out to shoot. I moved to a ground blind, set it up earlier this week. Got in the blind at 4:30 Saturday evening to have deer pouring into my field starting at 4:45. I had a nice buck hang out for almost an hour (picked my bow up 3 different times to possibly shoot him but talked myself out of it each time (solid upper 130's). He ended up walking to the back of the field about 150 yrds away. Around 30 minutes left in the day a 150+ 9 point on our 3 buck list walks out and starts feeding the other way. The 10 from earlier starts coming back my way and the 9 finally turns and starts coming as well. I have like 6 bucks 15 to 30 yards in front of me. Meanwhile I'm still losing light (cloudy day and that's why the deer came out early). The 10 walks in and punks his way through the 6 bucks. I look out the window to the left and the 9 is 80 yards out. I pick up my rangefinder wait about 2 minutes, the 10 clears on through out of the way, 2 smaller bucks jump and move out of the way. I'm holdin the rangefinder to my eye when the buck walks in, I quickly count 3 tines on 1 side and 4 tines on the other ( I tell myself - your good the brow tines make him 9). I set the rangefinder down, draw back and when I draw back I see another buck on our list 50 yards straight out (I'm thinking the 9 came in so he stood back). My bow is back and last light is right there. I split the 20 and 30 yard pin for a 25 yrd shot and put 1 behind the shoulder. He only goes 30 yards and piles up. The field clears, I get out and walk over to find that it was another 9 that we have never seen. It now registers that the 2nd shooter on the list and the 9 were taking their time to come in probably right after dark. My season is done on a 125 inch buck. Not complaining other than I should have set back when it became such low light. My thinking busted my chops. Never think - make sure and if your not sure then sit back and watch. I clearly knew it was a target, a buck but unfortunately another 9 stepped in and I was mistaken. No pictures, I'm not going to lie - I was upset! What are the odds of another 9 stepping in, it could have been an 8 or a 10 and it would have went right into darkness. Dang it... It's still a bow kill and some meat. I'll still be out chasing some does. Next year will be different. I do get to bow hunt Kansas so a bigger buck will hopefully happen.