Three Generations Of Maine Women Bag Deer On Same Day
The firearms deer hunting season ended with a bang this weekend in Peru, Maine. Three generations of women from the same Maine family bagged a deer while hunting this past Friday. Twelve-year-old Katelyn Carlow of Peru got her first deer with a 125-pound doe. Katelyn’s mom, Julie, got a 130-pound doe and Katelyn’s grandmother, Brenda Gammon, got a six-point buck.
Brenda Gammon’s husband, David, bagged an eight-point buck earlier in the season. I hope the family has a large freezer!
Firearms deer hunting season is over, however, the state’s muzzleloader season begins today and continues through December 1st. Also, a second one-week season runs from December 3rd through December 8th in a limited number of hunting districts.