If you look close at the pic where the deer buckled on impact you can see the fletching as well. Two pics show the fletchingI can't believe it, in the first pic you can see the green fletches just sticking out of the back of the deer. WOW!
No, I do not. I've thought about this a fair amount and here is my theory. If you've been in the woods/fields/swamps enough, you should have noticed by now the occasional smell that's pretty darn funky. It could be any one of a number of things. Stale water, dead animal, mushrooms, rotting wood or plants, leaf matter that got its own unique recipe for decay somehow. Who knows... So, along those lines, I don't think a fart spooks a deer. It's one of those occasional aggressive scents that happens and they know it. In fact, I've even wondered if a fart might be successful desperation move to cover your scent when a deer pops up and the wind shifts unfavorably. We smell our farts. We don't smell ourselves. I think deer spook from a scent that is uniquely human, one that we're not really aware of.Serious question... do you guys think deer will spook if they smell a fart?