Long wait pays off
Alexandria resident Dustin Tomoson is proof that persistence often pays off when it comes to sitting in the deer blind.
Tomoson hunted the opening day of firearms season on November 9 at some land around Morris and saw seven deer, a fox and a coyote but nothing that came close enough to shoot with his slug gun.
After wiping the sleep from his eyes, he was back in the stand about a half hour before shooting light on Sunday morning.
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