Youth Hunter Tags 12-Point Albino Deer

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posted on October 22, 2014
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While hunting with his father Mick last week, Oceola Township resident Gavin Dingman tagged a trophy buck. Not only was this buck a 12-pointer, but also happened to be a rare albino deer. The Dingman family had seen the buck in years past. According to USA Today, the Dingman family weren't the only ones hoping to tag the buck. Lucky for Gavin, he was the lucky 11-year-old to harvest the rare deer with a double-lung shot using his crossbow. The Dingmans plan to have a full mount done.

To see a photo of the albino buck, visit USAToday.com.

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