"...On the afternoon of Jan. 2, Peter Dekeyzer took his son to the deer stand, gave him the usual parental cautions, and instructions on what to do if he did shoot a deer. Dekeyzer then went to another stand about 400 yards down the road set up on a power line. It was cold and the deer were definitely on the move. "I heard something running behind my deer stand," Jack said. "This went on for about 40 minutes before it finally stopped. Shortly afterwards, I saw two deer walk into the food plot. I picked up my scope and I saw one of them had two large double main beams. "He just stood there looking at me," Jack said. "I had to wait until he turned. When he was broadside, I shot and my bullet hit him in the lungs, right behind his heart. The buck's back legs kicked out and he trotted off into the woods, then he started walking."