We all remember our first successful harvests during hunting seasons of the past, don’t we? The stories that go along with these hunts can range from slightly embarrassing to extremely awesome, but they remain the most memorable because they were our firsts.
Coral Maxwell, a Montana native from Darby, completed the hunter’s safety course in 1973 and has been hunting in Montana for the last 40 years. She has a picture with each of her first harvested animals taken over the years, and that makes for a pretty cool set of pictures.
Check out her hunting “firsts” below:
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