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Jim Boyd of Cloquet killed two deer with one shot Saturday, during the Minnesota firearms deer opener. The two deer were directly in line with one another, and Boyd saw only the closest one. (Photo courtesy of Jim Boyd)

One shot does double duty for Cloquet deer hunter

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Lots of hunters shoot two deer during Minnesota's deer season. But not many of them do it with one shot.

That's how Jim Boyd of Cloquet shot two does on opening day Saturday while hunting north of Cloquet. After sitting on his stand earlier that morning, he went for a little walk about 8 a.m. Shortly after climbing back into his stand at 11 a.m., he saw two deer in the distance.

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