Not confident of his shot, Lee left and returned an hour later and took up the trail. The trail snaked through the brush, over two freshly made scrapes and into the creek. "As I prepared an arrow, the wind shifted right toward me and instantly I could smell him nearby. I eased through to the water's edge, looked right, then left, and saw him laying downstream about twenty yards. The deer green-scored 144 and is a clean, beautiful ten-point with 21-inch main beams, a 15-inch inside spread, and the longest tine at 11 inches. I still have the rut coming and another tag!"