A selection of articles related to deerstongue.
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- Deerstongue: Correspondences
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Suggested News Resources
- Patrick Durkin: Indignation over coyote hunting contest a bit selective
- Hunters in coyote contests often claim they help deer herds by removing some predators from the landscape, but the impact is usually limited and short-lived. prev. next.
- Wanted: Pictures of successful CNY deer hunters from Youth Hunt weekend
- Alicia LaFever, 14, of Lebanon, holds up the antlers of a 13-point buck she shot in 2012 during the Columbus Day weekend, while hunting with her father, Chris. She took the deer with a rifle and a shot of about 80 yards, her father said. (Submitted photo).
- Calling all bowhunters: Send your deer hunting photos to MLive
- Steady as she goes - You're excited, you should be! But if you're shaking, try to lean up against a tree or sit on the ground to keep the camera steady. • No tongues - It only takes a few seconds.
- Marc Murrell: Deer season off and running
- Be sure to stick the deer's tongue back in or simply cut it off prior to shooting photos. Take photos out in the field as photos of deer in the back of a truck or hanging upside down or laying on a garage floor aren't too appealing.
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