Three generations of the Gammon family have proved that men aren't the only ones who can bring home the bacon - or the venison.
Brenda Gammon, 53, bagged a six-point buck near her home in Peru, Maine, on Friday.
Within hours, her daughter Julie Carlow, 33, and her granddaughter Katelyn, 13, each shot deer of their own.
The three women proudly posed for a photo with their trophies, each woman hoisting her rifle and clad in a blaze orange vest and hat.
'It's really a family tradition that was passed down from my parents. We’re just trying to show that women can do this,' Ms Gammon told Mail Online.
Thanks to The Apprentice for the story.