I spent four days in Asturias, a region in the north of Spain with lots of mountains, hills, deep valleys, trees, tall grass, and a healthy population of roe deer, boars, wolves and bears. We drive the higher we can before daybreak, and then gradually work down the valley, glassing every pasture where they come to feed. If we don´t see anything of interest, we move to a different area and repeat the process. I had a tag for a roe deer, and shot this one on my second hunting day. It is an unusual animal, as it has long straight horns, which are extremely dangerous for the other males it may fight with, which is why we call them "killers". He was feeding at the bottom of a valley very early in the morning, about 150 meters away. I took the shot at about a 45º angle with my Remington 700 Mountain .243 Win. with RWS Teilmantel-S 6,5g (100 grains). Heart-lung shot dropped him like a stone, he was very fat and healthy and should be very tasty !