For the seventh year in a row, the county is allowed 15 trained hunters to kill deer in the South Mountain and Hilltop reservations.
Jonah Davis's insight:
Deer Hunts Needed
In North Caldwell, New Jersey people want more deer to be killed, so they are allowing more deer to be killed in New Jersey only in some locations. Their doing this because the deer, which people are saying is that they run across lawn prance across the streets and the deer are just everywhere here in New Jersey because the deer’s population has grown so big. Also, for the seventh year in a row they state of New Jersey made 15 trained hunters to go kill deer in the South Mountain and hill top reservation. There is also people that have just moved into New Jersey saying, “I’ve never seen so much deer before.” So there is a lot of deer in N J.
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Jonah Davis's insight:
This deer hunting article is about hunting for Whitetail deer in Pennsylvania. They were hunting in the winter, which is the season when deer’s are pretty easy to track and spot. So, once they were out there, they both went on top of a rock and as soon as they did so a doe saw the guy wearing the bright orange coat. A few seconds passed so that he could take aim, then once he did he shot the first time and missed because his bullet hit a rock. After the deer heard that noise it took off running, but then he fired another shot at the deer but it still took off running. So then they went to spectate and found blood, so they searched more and found the dead doe and they knew the second shot had hit the deer.
Deer Hunting 2013 Leatherwoodoutdoors. Follow John as he films his girlfriend Danielle during the rifle buck season in Clarion county Pennsylvania. John film...
Jonah Davis's insight:
In this video 2 hunters are hunting up in their tree in Pennsylvania in 2013, along with their other hunters in a different location. The first 2 hunters are sitting up in their tree waiting patiently for their deer. After a little while of waiting 4 does come walking by but they chose not to shoot the does and let them pass. Even more waiting goes by and then they get a call from the other hunters and they said they shot a buck. So they go over to check it out and once they got there, they noticed it was a pretty big buck. Soon after that, they were back up in there tree waiting again. More deer pass, but they don’t shot any and end up having no luck on shooting any deer.
BOISE, Idaho (AP) — Idaho game wardens say five hunters from eastern Oregon are facing charges and potentially stiff fines for hunting deer in southwest Idaho before the season officially got underway.
Idaho authorities announced the charges Tuesday — several weeks after setting up a sting operation that included planting a decoy deer.
The hunters were cited Sept. 28 in the Succor Creek area in a remote corner of Owhyee County near the Idaho/Oregon border. Wardens say one of the hunters fired six shots at the decoy deer and citations were issued for killing a real deer out of season.
Other charges include hunting without valid state licenses or without a valid deer tag. Wardens also seized the deer and two rifles.
The suspects are expected to appear in court on Oct. 28.
This Article took place in southeast Idaho where five people that are hunting to early are facing some fines. They were caught by Boise forest wardens, and the hunters shot at deer decoys and when the other deer had come over to the decoy, they’d shoot that deer depending on the gender and size as well as age. The hunters did all of this before hunting season even opened in southeast Idaho, and they were cited Sept. 28th in the Succor Creek area in a remote corner of Owyhee County near the Idaho/Oregon border. They were also hunting without a license and were expected to be seen in court on Oct. 28th 2013
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