Poor weather hampers harvest during second week
Marshall Helmberger
Poor weather over the second weekend of the firearms deer season likely contributed to a slowdown in the area deer harvest, particularly for bucks, according to Tom Rusch, DNR Area Wildlife Manager … More »
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Overall this years weather has been the nicest I seen for years,too blame the weather? Each year you probably will have some bad weather. I think it was nicer than last year which was very nice.

We should say despite the good weather? Opening day this year was much less wind than last year. The second weekend much of the zone 100 did not have bad weather the second weekend.

Hunters always find reasons. Some real and some,well whatever?

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