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Thursday 10/03/2019 New Hampshire Archery Deer Kill Down 22 percent in 2019 (VIDEO)

the New Hampshire archery only deer kill is 1,022 as of September 30, 2019 down 22 percent from 1,305 at this same time last year. Fish and Game wildlife biologist Dan Bergeron says this fall there is lots of foods available to deer making them less vulnerable to hunters. The state currently has a record number of deer at well over 100,000 deer which will provide a successful deer season for many Granite State hunters this fall.


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