I had three within 60-65 yds of my stand last night for 45 minutes. They came out into the field to feed at approx 7:00 p.m. A doe and two fawns. The first one that came out, I believe was a yearling buck. He was strutting his stuff, so pretty the way they walk. Next came I believe the fawn doe, then mama came out. Sure, she sends "Junior" out to see if it's safe, then sis, and finally mama. The night before I saw them from my blind I had set up about 100-125 yds away, I watched them for over an hour. Mama is big! I mean 165-180 lbs, I was looking for horns really hard but she didn't have any, she is that big. The reason I say 165-180 lbs is my wife shot one about that size last year and I shot one the year before at my sisters place which is about 65 miles south of Canada. I had to sit in the stand, it was getting dark, so I climbed down, got my bow, couldn't see to even knock an arrow. I took 3 steps and "crunch"!! "Junior's" ears perk up, I take two more steps and "crunch" a 2nd time! YUP! UP AND GONE! You can't snap your fingers that fast. I know they couldn't see me or smell me or they would have taken off long ago. As soon as "Junior" heard that 2nd crunch he was up, and in the woods!! sis on his heels. Oh well. It was fun just to have them that close. I wouldn't shoot at that distance and in that light anyway. Sunset was 7:17 last night. Lotsa fun! I just enjoyed the show!