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Experiencing the Outdoors;
Hunting Season Warmth
by Cory Boothe

     

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I did not harvest a deer while in Calhoun County this week. I had planned on at least harvesting a mature doe, but the best of plans don’t always work out.

 

I believe that I did not hear as much shooting as usual during the first four days. I’m not sure if this is due to less hunters or hunters being more selective.

 

Overall, the fall hunting season has been very warm. I can’t remember a season being this warm. I have to blame my inability as a hunter on something.

 

We have an upcoming doe season. Be sure to purchase your class N stamps. Bear are also about to be in season. One must purchase a bear damage stamp in order to harvest a bruin.

 

If you harvested a large buck or had an extraordinary hunt, please email me at coryboothe@verizon.net. Good luck and be safe.

Editor’s Note: Cory is the son of Ronzel and Karen Boothe of Russett. He is a 1996 graduate of Calhoun County High School and is a teacher at Meadow Bridge Elementary, Fayette County. He resides near Summersville.)

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