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Topic: 2011 Maine Deer Harvest, Lookin good for next fall< Next Oldest | Next Newest >
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Thought this was interesting:

http://content.govdelivery.com/bulletins/gd/MEDIFW-3326f8


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I read it.  Hopefully we will see more deer this year.  I think it was good to cut back the any deer permits.  Hopefully our numbers will build.  Should have been a great winter for the deer here in the mid-coast.  The winters a couple of years ago showed me we will never have large numbers though.  It just takes one hard winter to dump the numbers.

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The season gave him perfect mornings, hunter's moons and fields of freedom found only by walking them with a predator's stride.
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