This Montana youth hunter ended Thanksgiving day with a big ol smile while hunting with his dad! After some tracking to find after the sun set the night he shot it, the next morning, the family went out together, and they found it within 10 minutes. On Friday, November 27th, Brenton Brooks, of St. Regis, put a tag on his very first buck. The awesome part is that Mom, Dad and younger sister all got a picture with him, too. A lot of justifiably proud people here!
Way to go, Brenton! Also, way to go, Brooks family! Raising ’em right!
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