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Mark Christianson

A buck of a lifetime,,,, taken by 12 year old

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Brooke Jurmaze is the sister of my son's hockey teammate.

Brooke and her Dad(Brett) hunted Anoka County opening weekend. Well, look what 12 year old Brooke got for her first shot ever taken at a whitetail. 16 pts. I have not heard the weight yet.

I just have this scan from the Sherburne County Tribune, but I am hoping to muster up some actual pics to post.

Congrats Brooke! She has a lifetime ahead to even come close to this one again. grin.gif

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BLB, that's a dandy buck no matter HOW old you are. Great job by that young hunter. Now she'll have a lifetime of great hunts ahead and will always remember the big one she bagged first time out.

Like going fishing for muskies for the first time and bagging a 30-lber.

Way cool. grin.gif

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Does it get any better? smile.gifsmile.gif

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Much congrats I can only hope my kids are as lucky to even get a deer when they start hunting!

Awesome deer

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Congradulation Biggy. Thats flippen awesome. It dont get any better then this. Congrats.

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I just hope there is hunting land left for my kids to hunt on should I ever decide to have any.....congrats to her on a great buck.

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Tough to get a better deer after harvesting that buck as a first one.

Congrats on the beauty. smile.gif

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WOW!

Congrats to her and her dad!

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congrats to the hunter. It alwqays makes me smile to see the youngsters get somethign like that. I'd put money on her being back in the woods next year!!!!

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