Hats Off to the Ladies

November 2000
Bowhunter;Nov2000 Special Issue, Vol. 30 Issue 1, p138
Editorial. Argues that it is impossible to prevent an overpopulation of whitetail deer or maintain a healthy deer herd by buck hunting alone.


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