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SHARE YOUR SHOT: Benjamin Thompson bags a large doe

With his great-grandfather's 1951 Savage 222 rifle, Benjamin Thompson harvested a doe during the 2022 youth hunting season.

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Benjamin Thompson, 10, poses with his doe and his great-grandfather's rifle during the 2022 youth hunting season.
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Benjamin Thompson, 10, set out with his dad, Steve Thompson, during the youth hunting season in hopes to use his great-grandfather's 1951 Savage 222 rifle. When a good-sized doe came out, he took his shot and dropped it.

Benjamin will cherish this memory for a lifetime and his entire family is extremely proud of him for carrying on the family tradition," a release said.

Send in your hunting photos to the Pioneer and we will publish them online in our Share Your Shot section and also periodically run them on the Outdoors page in the Pioneer as space allows. Please include the name of the hunter, date and where the animal was shot, in the body of the email. Share Your Shot photos can be emailed to news@bemidjipioneer.com.

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