Cami Ghrigsby shot her first deer, a 130-pound doe, while hunting with her father Jay at St. Alban's Hunting Club on November 11.
Nolan Gullett, 7, shot his first deer with a .243 rifle in Yokena. Nolan is the son of Matt and Jennifer Gullett.
Robert "Beau" Hinson, 9, killed his first deer on private land in northern Warren County on November 10. He shot the 155-pound spike with a .243 rifle at a distance of 70 yards. Robert is the son of Robin and Gary Hinson.
Taylor Rae Pace, 12, bagged this 8-point, 200-pound buck while hunting with her father, Preston Pace, in southern Warren County on November 12.
Emily Grace Redditt, 7, took her first deer on the opening morning of the youth hunt weekend. She used a .223 handi-rifle to make the 115-yard shot that took down the 125-pound doe. Emily Grace is the daughter of Monte Redditt.
I'm so proud of all our young hunters in our great outdoors. I remembered how proud I was to get my very first deer when I started hunting in my mid-forties. These youngsters are so lucky to start at a very young age to enjoy such a great sport. My congratulations to each and every one and may you have many more harvest of deer to come!