I shot a pretty nice buck this morning at 8:50 am, don't know where I hit him. He was standing in tall grass and I couldn't tell where he was hit. He tucked his tail and wheeled around and trotted down into a small hollow with a small stream running through it, pretty thick in there but not a real big area, maybe 2 acres. I did find a few drops of blood where he was standing but no arrow so I backed out. The hollow he ran into had 3 doe and a small buck go into it earlier this morning but I didn't see any deer spook and run out. There is a hard road about 100 yards below, I circled away from the hollow and walked along the hard road to see if there was any fresh tracks or blood coming down the bank to cross the road but didn't see anything fresh. I am planning on going back to look in about 4 hours with some help, is that a good idea? It would be tough mentally to wait 24 hours and the temperatures are kinda high for this time of year here. Needless to say I'm a little shook up.