Got a doe opening morning and my buck Tuesday morning. Got the doe with my 6.8 and the buck with my Savage 99 .308. He was 15 minutes behind a doe. He spun just as I shot. At first i thought I made a bad front shoulder shot as he spun. I decided to check the blood trail and if I didnt find him within 50 yards I was gonna get back in blind and give him several hours. Looked where he was standing and found a fist size patch of hair. Then the blood trail started. The best blood trail I ever saw on any deer. It looked like blood was poured out of a bucket. It was a steady stream all the way to him. As he crashed it was spraying all over a small cedar tree. As I looked at him, i only found an entrance wound. WHAT? A .308 only making an entrance wound at about 30 yards. After I did my CSI on him while skinning I found out what had happened. He was indeed spinning to go back after his lady friend when I fired. The bullet slice about a 3--4 gash in his side and lodged in his neck. It took out several ribs. The deadliest mushroom in the woods had done its job well. All this blood from one hole, incredible.