Preliminary results through the second weekend show the number of deer registered was up 10 percent from 2016, the DNR said.
DNR officials say preliminary results through last weekend show the deer harvest is up 10 percent from previous year. Of the 94,977 deer harvested, 54,027 were antlered bucks, 9,535 were button bucks, and 31,415 were does. "Getting more corn out of the fields and a bit drier weather likely helped".
The firearms harvest was up 25 percent in northeastern Minnesota from past year. In Zone 2, which covers the majority of the state, including northwest Minnesota, and runs from Canada to Iowa, harvest was up 6 percent. That's compared to 63 percent during the same time past year.Читайте также: James DeGale, Lee Selby announce opponents for December 9 defences
DNR projections estimate this year's firearms deer harvest at about 200,000. Hunters a year ago registered 173,213 deer between the three seasons, the DNR said.
The November portion of fall firearms deer seasons continues through Nov. 21. The Game and Fish Department doesn't require hunters to register deer so no harvest numbers are available.При любом использовании материалов сайта и дочерних проектов, гиперссылка на обязательна.
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