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A trifecta of trophies

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Jared Olson of Laporte nailed a fishing and hunting trifecta this year. His dad, Steve Olson, reports that on Father’s Day, Jared caught his biggest walleye ever (31 inches).

Jared Olson of Laporte nailed a fishing and hunting trifecta this year. His dad, Steve Olson, reports that on Father’s Day, Jared caught his biggest walleye ever (31 inches).

Jared also caught his largest muskie to date (40 inches).

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Jared also caught his largest muskie to date (40 inches).

Jared got his first 10-point buck bow and arrow. “Quite a year!” said dad Steve.

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Jared got his first 10-point buck bow and arrow. “Quite a year!” said dad Steve.

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