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Yates deer harvest leads the state

    TRI-COUNTY AREA—Yates County had the highest concentration of deer hunted in 2011.
    According to the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, Yates led the state with 16.4 total deer per square mile. Yates also led with the most bucks harvested per square mile (5.6).
    Hunters in Yates County harvested 724 more deer in the 2011 season than the previous year. According to the state, Yates hunters harvested 5,613 total deer in 2011. In 2010, there were only 4,889 deer hunted, a difference of 14.8 percent. Of the 2011 number, 1,922 were bucks.
    The majority of deer were killed in Jerusalem: 1,083. The next highest number was 763 deer in Middlesex. Hunters in Potter had 748 and 725 in Barrington. In the town of Starkey, 598 deer were hunted. The lowest number was 166 in Torrey.
    In Schuyler County, 3,199 deer were harvested in 2011. This is down slightly from 3,227 in 2010. The most deer were hunted in Hector (951). After that, it was 583 deer in Tyrone and 411 in Reading.
    The 2011 Steuben County total was 11,030. This was also down from 11,485 in the previous year. In Urbana, hunters harvested 380 deer. In Wayne, it was 320.

 

 

 



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