Re: What do you make of this ?
I've also seen that reaction if you hit to far forward missing bone but getting some of the veins and windpipe low at the base of the neck, they jump way high usually with there hind end way higher than the front end. Usually get real marginal blood, if hit back most animals if not pushed bed up quickly. Can you tell about where on the animal the blood was dropping from based of the tracks, how close to the front track is the blood spot, this can really help if you can?
Most of my shooting is in snow so that makes the tracking way easier than in a green time of year. Good luck