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    Quote Originally Posted by packmule View Post
    So if a deer drops a set in your yard do you have to mow around them until mid-Apr?
    That's funny...lol I'm guessing the laws would only apply to public land? Could be some interesting questions come up.

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    Saw in the paper this morning that the board passed this yesterday.
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    A neighbor sent me these pictures. they are of her son and his wife with sheds they found this week. The wife is a member of the White Mt. Apaches in NE Az.
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    Good! Leave them alone until they've all dropped...

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    Quote Originally Posted by hubba20 View Post
    Good! Leave them alone until they've all dropped...
    Saw a small buck yesterday here in SW Colorado that still hard all his head gear...I was dumbfounded. Thought they had all dropped by now.
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