Well, I ended up setting up too far away from the crossing tonight. That's the tough thing, these deer cross at different areas every time, have never seen them cross in the same place twice.
Having said that, had a bunch of deer come in, closest got about 80 yards away but as they were grazing and moving a little closer a work truck turned around right in front of the field and made a bunch of noise which turned the deer around and they started going away from me rather than closer. This truck was about 800 yards away but pure wheat field between deer and road was enough to spook them the other way.
After sunset, I saw what I think was the 10 I was going after. I scampered down closer to the crossing and was successful in getting closer but there was a buck out in front of him I didn't see so I had to slow down. The target buck crossed and hurried down to the large herd of deer that was down there. I tried to get closer but with so many deer and an open field, I wasn't successful and they ran off. As expected. It was a Hail Mary, but my time was getting very short and I threw it...they rarely actually connect and this one fell short.