Big Illinois Nanny down!!!! She came right in and I shot over her back at 30 yards, thinking that was it I grabbed another arrow out of my quiver and nocked it “just in case”, I then realized she didn’t run more than 20 yds away, but she remained downwind the whole time, blowing running back and forth stomping and carrying on, blowing up my whole spot, meanwhile (while she’s still carrying on blowing) I am coming unglued in the stand, shaking uncontrollably as I try everything in my power to calm myself down just in case I get presented with another shot. Then, the doe starts to trot towards me and closes the distance to 22 yards (still blowing btw) then she cuts back and it looks like she’s about to cross the fence and present a shot, so I draw... she cuts back in some brush and continues to blow, I let down, then she runs towards me again closing the distance to 20yds, I draw again, she still hangs up and I have to let down again! By this time I am a bundle of nerves and I’m shaking the entire tree, she gets on a trail that crosses the fence at 18yds, as I see her duck under the fence I draw again, she clears the fence, I settle my top pin on her shoulder and watch as my lighted nock disappears behind her shoulder. She runs off and begins to walk as if nothing had happened, I look at my arrow and can see it’s covered in bright red blood, then I watch as she begins to flick her tail and falls over! The adrenaline dump I experienced after is unlike anything I have had before! It took a solid 15 minutes before I calmed down enough to text my buddy that I got one! To say I am blessed is an understatement, the Lord truly answered my prayers today!