Lots of times, some of us hunters don't shoot. So, if you aren't too experienced and you go hunting, don't think you have to shoot the first thing you see. I was in my stand, wanting to take a doe with my bow (and later take a buck in gun season). Slight breeze in my face. I'm all comfortable and ready. 3 doe walk slowly past at 40 yards, they get mostly out of sight, and are likely browsing. 1/2 hour later, the same 3 doe come walking back at 25 yards. All 3 broadside, one slowly walks by, then the next, then the next. They are browsing and not aware of me at all. The are walking right past a really clear spot, no branches in the way. I lift my bow up, then for the 2nd doe, I draw and aim, and let her keep walking slowly past. Then the 3rd one, and I'm still drawn, and I let her pass too. Why? Maybe I think I can get a slightly bigger doe at 20 yards. Who knows. My only point is, there's no need to hurry just to shoot. Restraint, I believe, is the better part of hunting.