Last year in late October I got a shot at a nice 10 pointer with about 10 minutes left of legal shooting light. The shot felt good and I heard it hit the deer but it looked like it was very low in his chest. He ran about 50 yards, stopped and turned around and looked back. After a minute or so I snort wheezed at him and he actually hopped a few steps back towards me but then stopped and just turned and walked away. It was too thick to make another shot so I just watched him until he was out of sight. When I got out of my stand I recovered the arrow and it had hair, meat and a very faint film of blood along the entire arrow. It was sticking in the ground about 3 inches. I was shooting the 3 blade Rage. Because of his reaction and the low hit I decided it was best to let him settle down and to come back at first light. There was a good blood trail as my dad and I tracked him for about 250 yards. There would be a big area of blood about every 20 yards or so but nothing in between. But each time I came across these big blood spills I just kept thinking he's got to be down somewhere close. The final blood was actually what I considered huge (about a 2 foot circle) where he had actually laid down. But after this we found nothing and made larger and larger circles around this final blood area for about 3 hours. We never did find him. Then, this summer (July 7th) I got this picture on my trail cam (Cabelas Moultrie 5 mega pixel). I was excited to have a buck this nice and this early in the antler growing season. After I printed the picture out and was looking at it I noticed a pretty buck "chunk" at the bottom of his chest. I thought, could this be the buck I hit and lost last season? I don't know if you guys can see it in the picture or not?!? Any thoughts?