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Hunting Holds Steady In Montana

Tuesday, September 13, 2005

It started in mid-September with shotguns and dogs, camouflage and broadhead arrows. It won`t wrap up until February, with the last of the surplus harvests of elk. Hunting, as a social phenomenon, is holding steady in Montana, even as it wanes in many parts of the country.

Read Original at: Bozeman Daily Chronicle


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