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SHARE YOUR SHOT: Keagon Raatz shoots first deer during youth hunt

Keagon Raatz, 15, shot his first deer in the Bemidji area on Saturday, Oct. 25, during the Minnesota Youth Hunt.

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Keagon Raatz, 15, shot his first deer in the Bemidji area on Saturday, Oct. 25, during the Minnesota Youth Hunt. Contributed

Keagon Raatz, 15, shot his first deer in the Bemidji area on Saturday, Oct. 25, during the Minnesota Youth Hunt.

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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