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Wednesday, March 14, 2012


GAME COMMISSION RELEASES 2011-12 DEER HARVEST ESTIMATES HARRISBURG – The Pennsylvania Game Commission today reported that, in the state’s 2011-12 seasons, hunters harvested an estimated 336,200 deer, which is an increase of six percent from the previous seasons’ harvest of 316,240.

Hunters took 127,540 antlered deer in the 2011-12 seasons, an increase of four percent from the previous license year’s harvest of 122,930. Also, hunters harvested 208,660 antlerless deer in 2011-12, which is an increase of eight percent from the 193,310 antlerless deer taken in 2010-11.

“This year’s antlered deer harvest is slightly above average harvest since 2005, when the Game Commission began efforts to stabilize deer populations in most of the state,” said Carl G. Roe, Game Commission executive director. “Antlered deer harvests increased in 13 of the state’s 22 Wildlife Management Units. Those WMUs in which the antlered deer harvest increased were WMUs 1B, 2A, 2B, 3B, 3C, 3D, 4A, 4B, 4D, 4E, 5A, 5B and 5D.” More...


Anonymous said...

Thats funny.....there isn't that many deer left in the entire state!!!

Anonymous said...

You got that right pal.

Anonymous said...

How on earth was there an increase? Pennsylvania needs to implement a deer check station to get the correct numbers, not a guesstimate!

Shut off the doe season for a few years. Bring back what is left of this desimated herd, and put in place a deer checking station!

Anonymous said...

I'll tell you why the numbers are greater this year. More hunters have stopped crying in their beer and are getting out to hunt! Unlike you three nimrods that want to perpetually morn for the deer hunts that took place back in the seventies! You have to get up, get dressed, and get out to be successful. I’ll bet you also tell people you see mountain lions when you have your beer goggles on at camp….

Anonymous said...

Mountain Lions?? The real reason for increased deer harvest is all the gas drilling. The noise created by the drilling of wells drove all the Bigfoots, that were introduced by the PGC, out of the area. Limit the number of wells drilled and sasquaches will return to the area thus reducing the deer herd once again...