What a great year it has been on the extended. I've had the pleasure of meeting some great guys and seeing some awesome country. Having never killed (or shot) a bull I came as close to shooting one as I probably could have without taking a shot this year. It was lightly raining I went in solo to a spot I've glassed a few Bulls. I cow called and immediately got a loud bugle uphill from me. I heard him come down the hill. It was a good 6x6 bull. He was hot and he was coming in fast. He crossed in front of me through the oak brush at 40 yards no shot. Then he walked up the ridge and I had him at 68 yards. I was at full draw when he turned broadside and just sat there level from me. I comfortably shoot out to 80 yards on a regular basis. I decided not to shoot (light rain and slight wind) thinking he would come in closer. He decided to leave. I have been thinking about it ever since. My question for the veterans out there is did I make the right decision? What could I have done differently? Thanks in advance for any input.