Iowa’s archery deer hunting season open
Iowa’s popular archery deer season began Monday with nearly 60,000 hunters expected to head to the timber.
Bow hunters should have prime conditions for seeing deer as more than 35 percent of the corn crop is already out of the field, reducing cover and concentrating deer in the remaining cover.
Tom Litchfield, state deer biologist for the Iowa Department of Natural Resources, said good early season strategies are hunting food sources and along trails connecting bedding areas to food or water sources.
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