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Adair takes over No. 2 spot in 7-county 2009 deer hunt

The 2009 Deer Hunt photo album

The 2009 Green County Deer Hunt continues to be the hot spot in the Seven-County area, but new reports to the Kentucky Fish and Wildlife as of Sunday morning, November 29, 2009, at 8:43amCT shows a dramatic shift down the list, as hunters reports pushed Adair County well past previous No. 2 Casey. The figures for all Seven Counties are as follows:
  1. Green County, 868 deer
  2. Adair County,727 deer
  3. Casey County, 710 deer
  4. Metcalfe County, 667 deer
  5. Taylor County, 616 deer
  6. Cumberland County, 563 deer
  7. Russell County, 258 deer
To follow the report for all 120 Kentucky Counties, visit Kentucky Deer Harvest at KY Fish & Wildlife



This story was posted on 2009-11-29 08:47:15
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