I just wanted to share a little experience I had this past week. I was hunting here in Wyoming with some good friends. We had permission to hunt some privite land which part was a large field with fresh cut grass. On the side of the field there was a small mound of dirt which is were we parked our truck to set up. One night as we were sitting there I look behind us and 2 other hunters were walking out in the middle of the field firming prime time and sat down in a small ditch. About 15 mins later 3 whitetail does come out along a fence on the far side of the field about 550 yds from me and 300 from the other hunters. Well as soon as the first Doe jumped into the field the shooting started from the hunters in the field. First shot hit about 3 feet low in front of the deer, next shot missed, didn't see were. The Doe is ready to jump back over the fence by now, 3rd shot hits the Doe in the back leg breaking it and is flopping around. She stands at the fence for a few seconds and then jumps the fence. 4th and 5th shots miss. The 2 hunters go and look to see if they hit the deer, after about 5 mins give up looking and go back to sit in the ditch. After about 10 more mins I walk out right in front of those 2 hunter across the field and track the Doe down, finding it and finish it off about 100 yds away from were the other 2 stopped looking. Fast forward 2 days later. Same field. We pull into the field right before dark to pick up one of our crew that we dropped off a few hours earlier. As we pull in we notice a herd of about 8-10 mule deer does and fawns. Pulling in further we notice the same 2 hunters in the field in the same spot in the ditch. The deer about 200 -250 yds this time. About 5 mins later the shooting begins. Short story 5-6 shots later 1 deer on the ground and who knows how many wounded. The next night we pull into the field at the same time as these hunters, which already have 2 deer in the back of there truck from earlier that day. Come to find out it was a forum member a lot of guys might have a lot of respect for on here. I walk up to him shake his hand and ask if that was them sitting in the field, it was and he was well aware he hit that Doe I tracked down. All he said is yes I have a chunk of bone in my truck and asked if I found her. I said yes. As he was walking away he all he says is enjoy eating her. I just got to thinking about how different people are with there made up "internet" person and the person they are in real life. Were have all the ethics and respect gone for your fellow hunter and the animal you are hunting???