Busy deer season credited to cabin fever, meat-supply concern

  • Tye Vann, Logan Vann and Kim Vann show a buck with double drop-tines that Logan Vann killed this season near Naruna. COURTESY PHOTO
    Tye Vann, Logan Vann and Kim Vann show a buck with double drop-tines that Logan Vann killed this season near Naruna. COURTESY PHOTO
Processers, taxidermists and game wardens agree the general deer season saw healthy deer, high turnout and many first-time hunters. The general season ended Jan. 3. The youth season and the special late season for antlerless and spikes ended Sunday. “People were looking for something fun to do,” said Jed Dunning, owner of Sulphur Creek Taxidermy and Deer Processing. “They were wanting to get…

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