Finally got my first bowkill. I’ve bowhunt Ed since 2009 but Since my family besides me isn’t much on deer meat I’ve never had a reason to shoot does, and I haven’t had an opportunity with a bow on a mature buck. This year, living on my own and trying to save money on groceries, on top of having the worst deer season in years(which I think having too many does contributed to) I decided to try for a late season doe. Took off Thursday through Monday. Hunted Thursday and saw 5 does but none were in range. Yesterday, no luck in the morning, but in the afternoon about 4pm had 3 come out feeding in a cut corn field. After about half an hour, 3 more came out and bee lined towards some corn I poured out the day before. As they walked up to the corn I drew back, but they all settled on the corn pile 3 in a row so I didn’t have a clean shot without risking a pass through into another deer. After being drawn for over a minute, the closest doe after staring me down put her head back down and I let down my draw. The other 3 in the meantime had come closer, and one stepped on a twig spooking causing all 6 to spook and run off a short distance. After 5 minutes or so, they calmed down and 1 of the closer does came back into the corn at 25yds. I drew back and sent a ramcat behind the shoulder. She ran 60 yds and piled up. After the shot I sat down and started shaking as if I had just shot a bruiser buck. I now see what the hype about bow hunting is.