November 5th 2010. I returned to a stand site that I had killvested a doe at a couple of days earlier. I had only been in the stand a couple of minutes and it was at first light I heard a deer behind me and to my suprise a buck was working a scrape 15 yards behind me. During the excitement of the moment and the very low light conditions I was not able to get my release on the D loop and draw before the buck dissapeared. In a few minutes I heard what sounded like a deer feeding on acorns. Shure enough a doe appeared feeding on acorns and she kept on looking behind her like there was a buck back there. In a couple of minutes he appeared following her straight to my stand. At 8 yards he stopped as I drew my bow and settled the pin between his shoulder blades and released the arrow. The rage broadhead dropped him in his tracks. He is not the biggest buck in the woods but I am happy with him. Not bad for a 5 point.