Young Moose Hunter

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Kelly Holmin is the youngest Minnesotan to take down a moose. Despite the 23-year waiting period her father had to endure for a moose permit, Kelly's name was drawn as one of 225 permits in a pool of 7,000 applicants across the state. In Minnesota, hunters are allowed only one moose hunt per person, and it can be a many-year waiting period, but Kelly and her Uncle Phil were lucky. Cam Edwards speaks with the 12-year-old hunter and her father, Jeff, about this unique, once-in-a-lifetime experience.