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2006 deer harvest likely to rank among state’s top five (11/22/2006)
The number of deer harvested during the 2006 firearms season will likely exceed 250,000, below the 2003 record harvest of 290,000, but still among the top five harvests in Minnesota, according to preliminary estimates from the Department of Natural Resources (DNR). With the firearms deer season still open in the metro area and southeastern Minnesota, the current 2006 harvest is estimated at 200,000, according to Lou Cornicelli, DNR big game program coordinator. Sales of firearms deer licenses through Monday totaled 422,028, which is slightly above last year's total of 418,264 at the same time. License sales for the season have totaled 449,000 for the past two years. Firearms deer hunting season will be open through Nov. 26 in southeastern Minnesota and in the metro deer management zone. Muzzleloader season will be held statewide from Nov. 25-Dec. 10. Archery deer season continues through Dec. 31. 
 

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