Might want to check out your county conservation club. They tend to be populated with older guys and some of em cant even hunt anymore. The clubs are oriented around education so they would probably have someone that could help you out
Follow along with shot placement once proficient with your bow. Head and neck shots are poor shots for a bow. Pay attention to placement behind the shoulder, but not too far back or you find guts. The angle the deer is also contributes to taking a bow shot or not. Broadside or slightly quartering away is most desired.
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These are the types of saddles Giles is talking about. Generally a low crossing point between two high points. The red x’s show high points and the red lines are the theoretical low points.