14 year-old Hayden Gordon, an 8th grader from Billings, had an interesting end to Montana’s 2017 general rifle season. After Hayden’s step-mom tagged her very first buck earlier in the season, a couple of weeks later, Hayden was confronted with a wounded buck. Hayden did the right thing and ended up tagging the injured buck and found out that, unfortunately, most of the meat was ruined. At least he put the animal out of its misery.
What a great example of an ethical hunter. This youngster was raised right!
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