I stalk with a friend on ground he has been shooting since he was old enough too ( and in his 40's now). He has sat in wood more times than I 've had hot dinners and only shot two foxes. Today at each end of the wood we shot one each. ( and mine was a bit special).
I've never had any muntjac in this particular wood although there are plenty in there; yet today I've had two and my mate one.
Then on foot over the rest of morning and early afternoon we had 4 fallow; two of which had one leg with a bad injury causing one to be reasonably lame and the other a crooked leg which caused it to slow up a bit compared to others it was running with.
A very satisfying day and worth getting up at 3.30 and driving 40miles for. In my experience these sort of days happen just once a season and make all the blanks days dissapear in one go.
I got a couple of pictures, but phone locked up after I jumped on it when getting into the prone position: