GRAND RAPIDS, Minn. (AP)— It was an improbable outcome for a deer hunter in northeastern Minnesota who fired one gunshot. He bagged two deer.
Bob Schuder, of Deer River, was hunting near Grand Rapids Sunday and took a shot at a doe that had wandered into a clearing with two fawns.
Schuder climbed down from his tree stand and found a dead fawn. Schuder then saw a white spot in the woods and checked it out. He found his bullet initially struck the doe, passed through its body and hit the fawn. Schuder had killed both deer with a single shot.
The Duluth News Tribune says Schuder’s nephew was party hunting with him, so they had tags for both deer.
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