Ok Everybody, It was a strange weekend of hunting in the woods. This weekend I hunted with a buddy. Everything was great for hunting. Colder temps got the deer moving and things seemed perfect. I was predicting it to be magical! We were seeing plenty of deer in the morning until about 11:30 5 four wheelers decided to drive through the area we were hunting. They were louder than hell and closer to my buddy than to me, but nevertheless they disturbed the area. He texted me and said one of them got stuck, hence all the loud revving of motors throughout the timber. Well they finally made it through and we decided to call it a day. While I was waiting on my buddy to come over from his stand I hear crashing coming down the hill. I'm getting ready thinking it's a deer and it stops. The next two minutes a buck finally comes busting across the valley with an arrow sticking in it's rear. Now with all the amount of bad shots I read/hear about on Facebook I am actually viewing one for myself out in the woods. Pretty strange. Anyway we head on out and call it a day. Fast forward to the next morning. We are sitting in the same setups. At about 8 in the morning my buddy texts me saying that he just shot the buck I saw the day earlier with an arrow in it's rear. What happened was he was sitting in his stand, and heard a deer walking in the creek. He looks and sees the buck which lays down in the middle of the creek right in front of him. He said it was in really bad shape and was suffering. Nothing anybody likes to see especially an ethical hunter. My buddy then put an arrow in him to end his misery. The question for you guys is that have any of you seen this sort of thing? And do you contact the DNR to let them know? We ended up tagging the buck. The reason I wonder is if he ended the misery would the DNR give him another tag given the situation?