If you have specific questions just ask. I have taken over a dozen deer with bow over 6 or so years since I started. Deer hunting with a bow is CHEAP ENTERTAINMENT. If I used my gas money to buy meat I would come out ahead. Overhead is minimal, a bow about $600 for a really good one including arrows and broadheads. These can all be reused unless you break them.
So biggest expenses are your time and transportation. Lots of areas offer extra tags and if your deer population is high, then your success will be greater and so will your return. I usually figure about 10-20 hunts per successful harvest. Some years I go without, but most years I get 1 or 2. I try for 3 and that's enough for a family of 3.
I butcher it all myself. Count about 4 hours to cut and wrap from hanging. Several hours to track and bring it out of the woods. Hanging stands takes lots of time, researching travel patterns, habits, finding suitable land for free to hunt (from farmers). It adds up, but I find it therapeutic. Even if I wasn't hunting, I'd still be drawn to the solitude of the woods. Watching the woods light up, the challenge of fooling an animal, etc. It's guttural and real. The rush and excitement is on par with anything else you've ever experienced. There's nothing like being 10 yards from a big animal that isn't fully aware of your presence.
I would recommend joining a local hunting forum and ask some questions. Take your hunter safety course. Book that early and take it right away. Then get your weapon and practice until you can hit a pie plate with ease. Guns/rifle have the biggest range. The season is longer for bow (compound) and crossbow. Some states let you use a crossbow only so long as you have a handicap. The bow season is usually about 3 months long, whereas the gun seasons are 1-2 weeks.
I hunt in Ontario Canada.
Any questions, just ask.