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Total Deer Harvest

 Year

 Buck

 Doe

 Button Buck

 Total Deer

 Comment

 2012 5, 7 spikes 14 0 26 2012 only

 2011

 6, 6 spikes  14  0  26  2011 only

 2010

6, 2 spikes

  10

  0

   18

 2010 Only

  2009

5, 2 spikes

   2

   0

     9

 2009 Only

 2008

 6

  8

 0

14

2008 Only

 2007

 7

 16

 0

 23

 2007 Only

 2006-1999

 36

 151

 14

 201

 2nd 8 Years

 1998-1991

 11

 14

 1

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