I have been bowhunting for 12 years and have taken my fair share of deer with a bow. I have also lost a few through the years. 3 years ago I had an opportunity at a 160" 12 pt that was trailing a doe. I bleated to stop him in my shooting lane and knew to aim low because of the scenario. He ducked and turned as the arrow entered resulting in a high shot. Needless to say he wasn't recovered as the shot was above the lungs and below the spine. We photographed him 1 week later in the same area with a doe.
The guys from The Management Advantage just had a show along the same lines. It's nice to see someone actually airing that type of footage and using it as an educational tool. It happens to everyone, but it's kind of a forbidden topic. Here's the show: http://themanagementadvantage.com/home/hunting-the-rut/