I always laugh when I hear tv personalities say, "it's the last day of the hunt". Anytime I tag-out it's the last day of the hunt. Then I'm just camping and enjoying nature. But..this truly was the last day of the hunt, season, day... I arrowed a button buck just before 5:00pm on the last day of archery season here in Ohio. Not only the last day, but the last few shooting minutes of light. I let a buck who had shed walk, but thought this may be a doe, but he had 1/8" buttons. As some of you may know, I've been helping my wife as she battles cancer, thus my hunting was very very limited this year along with canceling a Co elk trip this past fall for obvious reasons. It was good to get out and hunt regardless of kill. I believe the heat index was at about 23 degrees with a small breeze and heavy snowfall. This was my first kill out of a ground blind. I'm usually swinging through the trees with my climber. At least I finished strong; persistent/dedicated to the end. Now I've got to wait 8 months until next archery season.