Wednesday, November 14, 2007

Deer Bones

Successful deer hunters must find appropriate ways to dispose of the carcass. Minnesota DNR Crosslake Conservation Officer Nikki Shoutz tells KLKS, the remains may not be dumped on public land. She says it is considered litter. Nearby homeowners have complained in the past about pets retrieving the bones.
Officer Shoutz says unsuccessful hunters may pay the difference and gain an all season buck license, which will allow them to hunt until the end of the year.
She says there have been no serious accidents in our area. But, there have been reports of hunters falling from their tree stands.

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