Bow hunting in Australia is very small in my area so I've done pretty much all my learning by myself and with one mate. We were hunting through a patch of stringybark when we saw three bucks heading our way. We got down on our knees and waited as they slowly moved towards us. As they approached close I called to stop them but the black buck in the lead kept trotting while this guy stopped behind a tree. He took a few more steps and came into view between two trees giving me a narrow range for a shot, almost quartering towards me fully my brother read out the range at 35metres and I released at his chest. In my excitement and nervousness I hit him square in the throat and he went down 40metres away. Hunt of a lifetime – next goal is an American whitetail.