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One simple way to buld a better deer herd
It appears wildlife managers will never allow the deer herd to grow unless overwinter population goals are slid upward.  --Photo By The Author
It appears wildlife managers will never allow the deer herd to grow unless overwinter population goals are slid upward. --Photo By The Author
By Kurt Krueger

DEER HUNTERS are generally rejoicing over the Department of Natural Resources’ (DNR’s) plan to maintain a policy of zero antlerless permits in Units 34, 35 and 39, but many wonder why antlerless deer in other units couldn’t have been afforded similar protection.
Wildlife managers announced last week a proposal for the Natural Resources Board to reinstitute an antlerless deer harvest in three main residential-based areas here, specifically, Units 36, 37 and 38.

Tuesday, April 26, 2011 1:39 PM
 

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