Disabled deer hunters set record
WATSON -- Twenty-one disabled hunters took a record 23 deer during the 13th annual special deer hunt at Rosemoen Island at the Lac qui Parle Refuge last September, according to the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources.
Of the 23 deer taken, three were adult males, 13 were adult females, five were fawn females, and two were fawn males. Seventeen hunters bagged a deer for a success rate of 81 percent. Six hunters took the maximum of two deer.
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