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Summary of the white-tailed deer plan

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Posted: Wednesday, June 5, 2019 12:00 pm

Full white-tailed and mule deer plans will be available in early June. Idaho Fish and Game is asking deer hunters to look at its draft management plans for mule deer and white-tailed deer and provide feedback to the department on the overall concepts of the plans and whether topics are missing that might improve them. The plans describe statewide management directions and strategies.

The white-tailed deer plan focuses on a variety of topics that include population management and also frameworks and concepts for hunting seasons that will maintain sustainable deer herds and strive to meet hunters’ expectations.

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