On November 21st, 11-year old Tristan Greene couldn't wait to hit the woods for the Ohio youth deer season in Clermont County. The boy and his father were hunting a patch of woods directly behind their home where the two had been seeing several nice bucks. During the first morning, a little frustration began to set in when the pair failed to see a single deer. Tristan and his father decided to leave the stand for a quick lunch and head back to the woods for an evening hunt. Finally, nearly an hour later, a slick headed doe stepped into the field about 85 yards from their double stand setup. Tristan took a deep breath and tried to steady his Remington 20-guage shotgun for the shot. His father eagerly watched as the slug kicked up dirt just under the doe's belly.