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Lets keep stirring this pot a bit more. On an average,and everyone's different,but considering hunter numbers, what does a pound

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    lol a lot of truth in what you post hunt fish ,,trap why not shoot them,? YOUR CORRECT some area herds need to be culled,young hunters should be congratulated on any deer taken, same as with beginning hunters even if they up in the years.IF all you ever take is young animals and that fulfills your hunting experience,then so be it,but what about that teenager with a few years experience that might want an oppourtunity at an antlered deer.In the woods I hunt he has a realistic chance,in woods where they don't give a hoot whatS being killed, That's A DIFFERENT STORY. The buck he's hunting was killed 5 years ago.As veteran hunters there's a need to show restraint to young hunters to develop their skills. Killing deer with I don't give a hoot approach is not the answer.

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