We hunted another area and two guys posted while my friend, Harvey, and I worked toward them from a few miles away. I got on a track that looked pretty big. The deer was all by itself and was dragging its hooves when it walked. I was hoping it was a nice buck. The deer was heading right for the standers at a walk. Wasn't spooked and was just making it's way along the ridge top. A few hundred yards from the standers I came into a pile of sign where the deer had been feeding on acorns. Not long after that I spotted the deer at about 50 yards in front of me. The wind was in my face, the deer was feeding and the body looked big, however a big oak tree was hiding the head from me. I just waited with the scope on the deer and when it moved I saw that there were no antlers. Because I had a doe tag and because the body looked big I shot. The end result, unfortunately, is that the deer is a buck and he had already shed his rack! He weighed about 150 lbs. dressed and looks like an old timer: roman nose, gray face, and his teeth are really worn down. You should see the size of the bases at the pedicles. I hate to think what his rack looked like! One of the guys that was with us is a taxidermist and he thinks he was a 6 1/2 year old. I guess that's the chance you take hunting in the cold of December!