Bob Schuder was hunting near Grand Rapids, Minnesota on Sunday. He was in a treestand when a doe came into his sights, about 90 yards away from where he was. He shot. When he climbed down from the treestand, he found a fawn laying there. Schuder was using a 30.06, and saw that the bullet had gone into the fawn but had not come out. Things weren't adding up. Schuder field dressed the fawn, while still wondering what had happened. By chance he looked towards the woods and saw a bit of white. When reaching that bit of white, he found the doe that he had in his sights when he shot.
When he shot, the bullet had gone clear through the doe, striking the fawn. The doe had run off about 20 yards before succumbing to the bullet. So with his one shot, he had killed two. His nephew was with him in the hunting party with a tag, so they were able to take both. From Duluth News Tribune .