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Clinton County News NOVEMBSfc 19,1975 ST. JOHNS, MICHIGAN 48879 15 Cents They bagged their bucks department Plant reported that they had 7 deer. By Jane Morriss No comprehensive statistics were County News Writer available from the Department of Natural Resources, but the station at Rose Lake Deer-hunting enthusiasts took to the Wildlife Experiment Station in Bath woods and meadows, at dawn, Saturday, in reported that 19 deer had been taken from hopes of bagging that prize buck. For many Clinton County, as of Monday. Because in Clinton County, the season is already hunters are not required to report to the over; their buck has been skinned and deer Department, this figure means very little. steaks have already been eaten in the yearly There are four Biological Checking ritual. Stations maintained in the lower peninsula The Department of Natural Resources is by the Department of Natural Resources. reporting an abundance of deer this year, They are located South of Bay City on 1-75; and has issued 2,090 doe permits to area on U.S. 27 near Alma; near Paris on Route hunters. Doe season began Sat. and ends at 131; and near White Cloud on route 37. sundown, Friday. Hunters are awarded shoulder patches for 660 doe permits were issued for area B-74 taking their deer to one of these stations which includes areas of Saginaw, Gratiot, where they are checked for age, beam Livingston and Clinton Cpunties. diameter, Condition and weight. 920 permits were issued for area B-80 The Dept, of Natural Resources* reports which is made up of parts of Shiawassee, that the deer have been in generally good Ingham, Livingston, Genesee and Clinton condition and their population has increased Counties, during the past 2 years. 510 permits were issued for area B-81 The Department"of Natural Resources which is comprised of parts of Ionia, Claims that the mild winters of the last two Montcalm, Gr

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