The good and bad of late-season deer hunting

At the halfway mark, this year's deer season stands about where it usually does at this point far fewer hunters and fewer deer sightings by those that are still hunting. In a year which sees Thanksgiving follow on the heels of opening day, as it did this year, by the beginning of the second week of the firearms season, hunter numbers drop off rather sharply. This is understandable since many hunters take vacation or time off from work the opening week.

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