34 degrees this morning,Perfect! 9:30 look out in a horse pasture and saw 3 Does running from a spike Buck and he looked serious about his quest. It's been over three weeks since the bow season started and until today I had been shut out. But thanks to this spiker running one to me the drought is over,Doe down at 9:30 this morning. Success is sweet when it comes and I like the way it feels. I do believe the chasing faze,pre'rut has begun here in southern Indiana.I will post some pics later,I know it's only a Doe but like my Buck last year it is my first Doe with the bow.I got her in the tree where I missed last year and even though it was a bad shot and it took me two hours to find her it was a good day in the stand. She ran 400 or 500 yards before she went down and the blood trail was good all but the last 50 yards or so. I was amazed to find the spike Buck standing over her when I found her not more than 30 feet from where my Buck died last year. Thanks for all the support while I struggled to get one in close and seal the deal. One more Doe unless a Buck shows up first and then I can focus on a nice Buck. Once again thanks for your support. I give thanks to GOD through Christ for His goodness to me.