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Base bow hunting season closes, deer management continues

Danny Black harvested the season’s heaviest buck weighing 220.5 pounds. The 9-point buck scored mid-130s class in the Pope and Young Classification.

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This work, Base bow hunting season closes, deer management continues, by Nathan Hanks, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:11.17.2012

Date Posted:02.18.2013 15:15

Photo ID:869098



Size:3.3 MB

Location:ALBANY, GA, USGlobe

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