The 2013 deer season closed in Minnesota and is winding down in North Dakota. I know hard core hunters would've liked more extreme weather. Some snow, and colder temperatures would've helped move the deer into more feeding activity. But on the flip side the milder temperatures and decent field conditions give the other hunters less reasons to make it a short day or season. It'll be interesting in the end to see the number of day's hunted and success rates. One thing is for sure if you didn't get your deer it wasn't because it was to cold or to much snow.
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