Conditions good for productive deer season
After dealing firearm deer hunters two bad hands in a row, Mother Nature may be dealing them a good one this fall.
The abundance of unharvested row crops that plagued deer hunters for the last two years will not be a big factor in eastern Otter Tail and Wadena Counties this November.
University of Minnesota extension specialist Doug Holen in Fergus Falls believes hunters will be much more likely to see deer because of the progress of the harvest.
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