Got a doe this morning at 8:30. I lucked out cause it was my first time out this season. I saw two does working their way to me from about 75 yards away in the woods. They were stopping and eating the whole time. I drew back when they got to about 25 yards. Of course, instead of browsing, they kept walking slowly right toward my tree. At 5 yards, she was still walking, quartering towards me. I decided to take the shot instead of letting the bow down and trying turn around and draw back on the other side of the tree with the does so close.
The shot was almost straight down and as she ran off I could see the fletching of my arrow sticking out of the top of her back. She ran about 100 yards towards the edge of a pond until I couldn't see her anymore.
I was worried I hit her too far back and didn't get any lung. After waiting a half hour I slowly tracked the blood trail and found her with in 125 yards. It was a pretty good blood trail so I was confident it was a good shot. The arrow went in next to her spine and came out just past the end of her rib cage. She was bleeding out of the mouth so I'm guessing I caught the back of her lungs.
The suburb I hunt in requires us to kill a doe before we can shoot a buck, so I'm happy I'll be buck hunting for the rest of the year. And now I get to restock the freezer which has been out of venison for a while.