I was hunting with my brother-in-law in unit #101 (Sherman unit, Washington) the late archery whitetail deer season. We had left my truck about half way from the top of the mountain. I was hunting back to my truck and using a grunt call and working down very slow.
I heard some lambs pop and saw a doe coming my way. I could hear a buck grunting as they were getting closer. The doe went by at about 12 yards, I pull my bow an when the buck came by I let the arrow fly, it was a good hit. He went about 200 yards all down hill. The buck green scored 175 and had 16 points. He is truly the buck of a life time. He has the largest rack I've taken in 42 years of hunting.