It was late morning when I noticed some deer moving off to my right heading in my direction. I could see several bucks, and one really stood out from the rest. As they got within bow range, a big, wide 8pt. (4x4) stepped into the open, presenting me with a broadside shot, but I had my eye on the one behind him. My heart began to pound more and more as I waited for the others to come out into the open. I ranged a log earlier that morning at 31 yards, and they were just a few yards beyond that. After standing there a few minutes, the buck I was waiting for stepped out into the open presenting me with a 33-yard broadside shot. Carefully coming to full draw and then taking a deep breath, I settled my pin just behind his front shoulder and released. Seeing it was a great hit, I watched the buck run off and heard him crash just out of sight.