Nicely done Sir. Where was the hit? I could not see the impact.
Two things, I carry a small piece of old wool army blanket, it's only about 4x4, and camo dyed. It has many uses, such as seat pad, when my butt gets restless, cloak when it drops in temp, and lays over barbed wire for smooth, quiet crossing. rolls up tight, and cinches around my waist, or looped over a shoulder or pack, when moving. I find it useful. Second item,I have kicked up deer, I never knew were there. In my opinion, when in the field hunting/ stalking, the arrow should have been on the string, not in the quiver.
A couple of questions. How large an area were you hunting? who's fence were you crossing? Can I assume you had written permission to hunt the other side, or was it all one property? What was the meat yield?
The only real difference between a good tracker and a bad tracker is observation. All the same data is present for both. The rest is understanding what you are seeing.