This was a quick hitter and only required about 2 hundred yards of low crawling. We had some tractor parts to hide behind, so we could actually make good time getting to the buck. When we arrived at the equipment, the buck was still 117 yards away, but as luck would have it, his head was facing the other way. So we inched forward hoping to get within 60 yards. Shortly after the inching commenced, the buck stood up and started walking straight towards us. Awesome, this one is going to commit suicide for me and offer a 20 yard shot; except I need to draw, anchor and shoot without the buck seeing me. Let's just say that did not work out like I had hoped and my partner finally got the buck to stop at 57 yards. I took a broadside shot, but the buck ducked and my arrow went over his back. Antelope 3, Hunters 0.