Re: Cull Shooting...multiple kills per session
One of the most important things I've found in shooting multiple deer, is shooting the matriarch(leader) first. The matriarch is almost always the oldest doe in the herd, usaully in the front . Deer are herd animales and have a leader, shoot her first, and they have to elect a new one, sort of. After you shoot the lead doe the others kind of panic, confused about what to do. If you do it right you can locate another that seems to be taking over and shoot her, then the next and so on. We have shot the entire group, anywhere from a couple to 8-10 before they ran away. If you shoot one of the young does more then likely you wont get multiple shots.
Dave, I'd be interested in hearing your take on this.
BTW, good explanation on head shots.