But got it done. Lopes weren't out Sat. I believe due to the cold wet weather. Were bedded and holed up somewhere not in their usual haunts. Did find a couple nice bucks near end of the day but were just over the fence property line of what we could hunt. This morning about an hour after light found one single buck and set up on him. My rangefinder wasn't getting a read out and I guessed him to be at a little over 300 and held just above the midline and shot right under him. I walked out to where he was and ranged back to my dad and found the distance to be 350. Cruised around found a little herd with a buck around 11 am once the sun finally came out. Stalked to within 200 yds and was getting ready to set up on my sticks and a truck came down the road and blew em out. Kept on cruising and glassing and glassed up a buck bedded at what I guessed was a mile away. Parked the truck and proceeded with a stalk and closed the distance to a little over 300. Right when I was setting up on my sticks he stood up and I pasted the cross hairs on his upper half and fired. I thought I missed as he ran about 15 yds and stopped. I looked down to set my sticks up again and when I looked up he was gone. I glassed and didn't find him anywhere running any where, but saw three does looking back where I last saw him. I figured I may have hit him and he might have dropped and the does were waiting for him. I walked to where I last saw him and found him piled up dead. The Rem 700 ADL and 168 Berger blew his lungs out and did the job again. I ranged back to the truck and it was 990 yards. Took me about 45 minutes to drag him back to the truck.