Opening season in Texas is one of warm weather, mosquitoes and deer that are not yet wary of the hunters flocking to their habitat. On this particular day I was hunting a stand that was very close to the feeder and the wind was not in my favor. Unlike the rest of the deer, a doe in the small group that came up to feed was very alert and kept looking directly at me. This made it difficult for me to make any kind of movements especially when I was trying to film the hunt by myself. Once I was able to get all my cameras turned on I had to wait another 45 minutes to an hour before I had an opportunity for a shot at the spike I had chosen. In the end all paid off perfectly and a fantastic shot was made. As I mention in the video below, the sound of my arrow hitting the deer gave the impression that my shot was bad. But just like calling your shots in a USPSA pistol match, I called my shot with arrow and I was right on.