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Sharp broad head+perfect shot placement=massive blood trail(pics) #archery

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As a bow hunter, nothing is more fulfilling to me than placing an arrow right where it belongs and watching an animal die quickly. Its the most respectful thing we can do for the animal. Practice, make sure your gear is in check, take your time in the heat of the moment, and deliver an arrow right where it belongs so the animal passes quickly.

Last week I eased out of work at 4:15(I live close to work). I slipped behind my house, stood by a large live oak, and at 5:15 I was dragging a nice doe out of the woods to have processed.

She was quartered to me at 25 yards. I delivered the arrow center of the shoulder facing me. Watched the lit nock go through her and to the ground. She was down in 20 yards or so.

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Helix blood trails #archery

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I’ve read plenty of threads about the Strickland Helix. Everybody seems to love the results. One thing I don’t seem to find much info on is how good the blood trails are. Who’s got experience?

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Do you photoshop the blood on your kill pics?

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Had a guy tell me I should photoshop the blood on this bear. I told him "no way, that is the evidence of a true double lunger".
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Ive never hear of such nonsense. If blood offends you, you should go to another site

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Blood trailing dog in southeast Iowa

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Anybody have one? I would like to hire someone in Henry county tonight.

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Barely a blood trail

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Last week I shot my second deer ever with a bow. I placed an excellent shot took out both lung and he ran literally about 25 yards and watched him fall over. Not that it was necessary but there was not much of a blood trail at all despite a arrow with complete pass through covered in blood. The first deer I shot was exact same but I didn’t watch her fall so it was difficult to find. Just wondering if anyone else have had similar situations. The broadheads I’m using is rage 2 blade chisel tip. Both times I got full deployment with giant 2 inch holes on both sides. Now I know a lot of ppl hate rage and I’m not trying to turn this into a bash just looking for experience from others. I attached pics for reference. Kinda hard to see shot placement, and both lungs had similar results for both lungs
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Blood Trailing Question

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I will preface this by saying this is a muzzleloader hit but a blood trail scenario nonetheless that should generate some educational discussion. A mature buck is standing at approximately 100 yards slightly quartering away. Upon impact, the deer rears up on his hind legs and then crashes into the brush. The deer is not visible from the shooter’s location, but after about 10 minutes the decision is made that the deer must be dead and laying where it crashed.

The shooter then decides to recover the animal and begins walking toward the area where it fell. He takes a route that causes him to lose line of sight to the animal, but assuming it’s dead anyway he figures no big deal. Upon reaching the impact area he finds nothing but a decent pool of blood in the front of the bed where the deer was laying, and then spots an exit trail in the snow where the buck must have retreated upon hearing the shooter approach. In hindsight, the shooter made a mistake by giving up line of sight.

After backing out for at least three hours, the shooter returns to the area to pick up the trail. Unfortunately there are only a few drops of blood along about a 75 yard track, and there are no signs of a leg dragging or any trauma that would cause the deer to struggle. There are a ton of tracks in the snow and when the blood trail runs out it’s a guessing game at best. Because snow is covering the branches in the trees and brush the grid search is nearly impossible. After several hours of looking, the search is called off.

After doing some research we learned that when a deer kicks up like that on its’s hind legs it typically signals a forward hit. The confusing thing is the deer went down, but the shock from being hit could have been enough to do that. Our theory is the deer was grazed through the biscuit with no damage to the shoulders or vitals. The blood in the front of the bed was deep red signalling a flesh wound, and it is our opinion that if a vital organ was hit we would have located him not too far away from the bed, especially after waiting a few hours. As it was, there wasn’t even evidence of the deer stopping or laying down again.

Anyone else ever experience a similar situation? I look forward to everyone’s thoughts and input.

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