Hey everyone, I am sick tonight. I lost my first deer. The doe was quartering to me, but I had a perfect shot at the lungs. I squeeze off the shot and the arrow hit her at what I thought was the top of the lungs. She spun and hit a tree about 15 yards from where she was shot, and when the arrow came out she just stood there. The other little one that was with her kind of made a big circle and when the second deer started to walk off my doe went to follow.... but she almost tipped over. I thought this was a great sign and watched her walk off. I waited about 15 mins after I couldn't see them any more and I got down to go see what the arrow looked like. I get almost to the arrow and 40 yards away the doe jumps up and starts to wobble off. I thought she can't even walk so she should be done in 40 mins. I wait the 40 mins, go to the arrow, and blood everywhere... didn't see bubbles, just bright red. Then I go to where I seen her last and the blood trail just keeps going. I was using the binos in case she jumped up I could see something. I followed that trail for almost 400 yards. She went all the way down the mountain, cross a creek, then headed left. I went almost another 100yds, but there was a fence. I saw a house on the hill but I have no idea what road to take to get there, and I heard dogs so I wasn't about to walk up there. My question is this... The broadhead went in almost 9" and is covered in bright red blood, with lots of white hair where the arrow broke. Does this sound like it was a kill shot? I think it went between the top of the lungs and the backbone.... just never a big bunch of blood after that first spot. Sorry if I rambled on too much, I just can't figure out what I may have done wrong.