Daytime Movement: Billy Bouchillon of Covington, Georgia decided to hit the woods after work last week and squeeze in a quick hunt. He decided to hunt over a food plot near his home in hopes of killing a doe. Billy tells the story: "I got settled in about 5:35 and wasn't really expecting to see anything. My son texted me at 6:50 and asked if I had seen anything, and I told him 'no'. As soon as I put my phone up I look and see this deer walking the woods edge headed to the food plot. He was being very cautious, checking the wind, take a few steps, sniffing the ground, checking the wind, and looking around. I was like 'Please Lord, let this happen!' I knew he was going to cross the trail I walked in on, and as cautious as he was, I didn't know how that was going to turn out. I had one pretty good opening about 5 yards before he'd cross my trail, and when he walked into it I drew my bow. He stopped and looked in the opposite direction when he was 23 yards away. My shot was about 2 inches higher than I wanted it to be. I was about 28 feet up so I knew the exit would be good. I watched him run about 60 yards. I never heard a crash but I felt like he wasn't going far. So I texted my son at 6:55 and tell him I just stuck a hoss!"