Deer are moving more thanks to the cold weather this year, wildlife biologists say, making for better overall deer hunting than it was last year for hunters like Katie Brucks and her husband, Matt, who kept watch for deer in the state firearms opener last year.
Deer are moving more thanks to the cold weather this year, wildlife biologists say, making for better overall deer hunting than it was last year for hunters like Katie Brucks and her husband, Matt, who kept watch for deer in the state firearms opener last year.
Deer are moving more thanks to the cold weather this year, wildlife biologists say, making for better overall deer hunting than it was last year for hunters like Katie Brucks and her husband, Matt, who kept watch for deer in the state firearms opener last year.

Deer hunting better this year thanks to weather, wildlife biologists say

November 20, 2014 02:35 PM

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