Caption: Mike Cote, left, of Turner gets help from his son Matthew, right, and family friend David Doyon of Greene while hanging the 175-pound four-point buck that he shot during the opening day of deer season in Turner on Saturday. Cote left his back porch at 5:30 a.m. and headed into the woods behind his house before stopping on a rock ledge. Three deer ran by about 100 feet in front of Cote at about 8:00 a.m.. The third one stopped between two trees and Cote got off a clean shot with his .30-6 rifle. This is the first deer that Cote has shot in his fifteen years of hunting. "My seasons done. I got my deer, so I have to go out in the cold no more," said Cote with a big smile.
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