I was up at 4am this morning. Drank my coffee and took my time getting ready. Headed out door at about 6:30 Oh crap! its almost light already! First time Ive been out since the time change in the morning. Made my way down to my spot. Put a piece of plastic on my seat cushion as I was sure it would be wet or icy. Got settled in and caught by breath. Pulled out the Tinks synthetic estrus spray gel from under my seat and sprayed some brush out in front of me. Unzipped my leafy jacket and pulled out my caller that was hanging from my neck. Did the doe bleat 3 times then adjusted it down and did 2 fairly aggressive grunts. It was about 6:45 and still fairly dark under the canopy but within 30 seconds I see a fairly large deer come up from the left. It stops with its head behind a tree so I cant tell what it is. I'm thinking its the deer it turned out to be. He steps out from behind the tree and takes a couple of steps slightly quartering away. I'm rock solid on him at 24 yards and squeeze the trigger. Its light enough where I see the arrow disappear right where I want. He bolts off just over the hill and disappears behind the brush. I could hear the arrow hit something after the initial hit so I knew it was a pass through. Waited about 25 minutes before I did a arrow search.Finally found the Witness arrow about 10 yards past the poi. One of the Swhacker blades was bent up but still in tact I new the Witness part of the arrow was just a gimmick and this confirmed it. Hardly any blood on the white part of the shaft. Lost a couple of vanes as well but I've already replaced them and its ready to go again.The Swhacker on the other hand had a slight wobble but has been through 3 deer so its earned its retirement Not the deer I was hoping for but I can shoot another buck as long as it has 4 points or better on 1 side.He made it about 75 yards up hill for a change. Glad to get him out of the gene pool.