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OUTDOORS NOTEBOOK: NW Minnesota deer kill lowest since 1998; Cougars rare but confirmed Minnesota visitors, etc.

Published 12/11/2011, Grand Forks Herald

Hunters in northwest Minnesota shot fewer deer this fall than during any season since 1998, numbers from the Department of Natural Resources show. Hunters in the DNR’s Northwest Region registered 53,881 deer during the firearms deer season, a decline of 8 percent from 58,751 in 2010 and the lowest since 1998, when hunters registered 46,447 deer.

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