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Published: Friday, Oct. 4 2013 7:01 p.m. MDT

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Oatmeal
Woods Cross, UT

A sane option for deer control. I wish Bountiful would allow it.

azresident
Mesa, AZ

May all your archers be accurate.

Prodicus
Provo, UT

I'm all for open season on deer trying to make their homes below the the Bonneville Shoreline as long as it's also open season on humans trying to make their homes above it. Only fair.

The only reason the deer is there in the valley is because of Suncrest and other unsightly, unsafe, and unwise developments which also happen to seriously encroach on deer habitat.

ThornBirds
St.George, Utah

Ah...days of old when the lower class was allowed to share in the harvest.
Hunting was done in forests and open land! Hunters did not skulk around in suburban cities where neighborhood homes are tightly packed together, where young children ride around on bikes, skateboards, and play a great part of the day outside.
Lock up your dogs, cats, horses, and other animals in a building of some sort!
Sure there is some open land in Highland, but come on!
Sounds like a recipe for crazy poor judgement and tragic accidents.

ThornBirds
St.George, Utah

Humans have taken over animal habitat.
Move to the big city if you can't handle the wild animal's domain.

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