PERU — Three generations of women in the same Maine family bagged a deer while hunting on the same day.

Twelve-year-old Katelyn Carlow of Peru shot her first deer on Friday, a 125-pound doe.

Her mother, Julie Carlow, shot a 130-pound doe at a different time on the same day.

Katelyn’s grandmother and Carlow’s mother, Brenda Gammon, got a six-point buck weighing about 150 pounds.

Gammon, the Region 9 School of Applied Technology director, tells the Sun Journal it was a “freaky day.”

Gammon’s husband, David, bagged an eight-point buck earlier in the season.


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