Remember yesterday that Dylan Davis's brother Bob shot a giant mule deer buck that he thought was a trophy, retrieved it and were celebrating when a man who had been ringing off shots earlier claimed that the deer didn't belong to Bob. It belonged to him. We pick up the story. Speaker2: My dad's there with us. My dad's like, Well, I mean, by law, if you fatally hit that deer, that's your deer. So where do you think you hit it? And first I'm like, How far were you shooting from? He's like, Oh, I don't know. 600 might have been a thousand. I don't know. Off the top of that mountain up there. I'm like, Do you practice that far? He's like, No, I was just kind of aiming right over his back. We were just getting into long range hunting and I'm like, just over its back at a thousand yards. You hit about 40ft short of it. He's like, I hit him right on the other side. And I'm like, Well, there's only one bullet hole and it's the opposite side of where you're saying, And we flip it around and the guy's like, Well, I know I didn't actually hit it, but I'll pay you a hundred bucks for it. I've been scouting that buck all summer long. I'll pay you a hundred bucks. Come on, dude, I can't tell my buddies that you got him. And my brother and I are looking at each other. Like what? And my brother Bob's like, no way. You can't buy that, Buck. That's the best buck I've ever shot. So the guy's like, Dude, can you please take some pictures? But can you guys not be in the pictures? Would you mind if you like, took them with my phone? But you guys kind of got to move out of the way. We let the guy have some glory. He took some photos and then hiking off his way. And just kind of a funny day because we went home with 21 greenheads and a 26 inch four point. We have a picture of 21 Greenheads hanging from a 26 inch four point antler. Speaker1: So good for Dylan's brother for getting a trophy buck, good for his dad, for knowing the rules and the law and shame shame for somebody who'd try and fake a false trophy.