I arrowed this fella yesterday evening, just after 5:00 p.m. With a bit cooler weather on the way for the weekend, I think there will finally be some daytime deer movement. I saw a smaller buck about 3:30 p.m., and a 6 pointer about 4:00 p.m., and this guy showed up just as the sun was setting. He came in, nose to the ground, at about 20 yards upwind of my stand. I mouth bleated to stop him broadside at 20 yards, settled the pin, and let one go. Before I shot, I had to lift off the string once or twice to make sure I had my pin on my spot. With the vegetation still a bit thick, the lighting where he was standing was fairly shadowed. He muled kicked pretty good when he was hit, and I thought I heard him go down, but it was touch and go until I quietly left the stand, and found decent blood. After a short, less than 50 yards, blood trail track, he was done. I was fairly certain I put a good shot on him. I double lunged him with a Killzone broadhead, and that did the job. I have many trail camera pictures of this deer, and we called him Tall Tines. He's a great trophy, and once again, I was hunting with my Son, which makes him all the more special. Great memories for sure!