RD Trammel and his son went whitetail hunting because his son wanted something. There's one thing I don't have and I want. I said, What's that? He said, I need a good buck mount to go in the house. It was deer season. So I told him, I've got a little spot that's in one of the wildlife refuge areas. It's open for hunting. It's kind of hard to get to, but it's got some deer in there and it's going to make a round. So we got up early that morning, got all of our hunting gear lined out. He kind of liked the rifle that I had. It was a 300 browning lever action, 300 Winchester mag. He had a little 270. I'd shoot it. We got up that morning. We left. We got in the woods. I told him, I said, Look, there's a branch down this way. Just go down there and follow that branch down. Find your place and just kind of sit down and watch. It kind of opens up. I'm going to flip back to the east over here and there's another branch over here. And I said, Well, kind of hunt in between. Sure enough, we separated after it got good and daylight. I heard him shoot. Then I heard another shot and then another shot. I'm just sitting there. I'm waiting. I hear him holler. I didn't really want to get up and go that way because if it was deer and he shot and they have been coming toward me and I wanted to give them a little enough time to clear. I kept sitting there waiting. He hollered again. So I started slipping that way. And then he hollered once more, Daddy, come on. So I'm coming. By that time, I'm walking a little faster. Then I could see him and he hollered, Come on. So I took off. I started running and I got to him and said, What? He said, Shoot him. And I looked across the branch and there's this big buck trying to get up. I said, Well, you're. Speaker1: Shooting, and we'll find out tomorrow why our son didn't shoot.