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I tip my hat to you. You made the right decision. If the branches had been right up against the animal, you can sometimes shoot between them. But letting down was the right thing to do, given what you saw. If you had time, you might have been able to range the branches, and then use your pins to figure out where the arrow would be at that distance on the way to the animal, but that takes a little practice. There are a LOT of "almost" opportunities for every good opportunity. Don't let it bug you. Learn a lesson or two from the experience, and it won't be wasted. The day will soon come when everything will be perfect, and you will watch the arrow in slow motion spin its way toward the mark. That day will eclipse the "almost" shot. Great hunting stories don't come from those times when things went perfectly. They come from the times when things went crazy. Jay
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