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DNR: Hunters Shouldn’t Toss Deer Permits

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ST. PAUL, Minn. (WCCO) – If you didn’t tag a deer or if you used the either-sex deer hunting permit during the firearm season, the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources is reminding you to not throw your permit away.

There’s still some hunting left for the muzzleloader season, officials said. Either-sex deer permits from the firearm season are still valid for the muzzleloader season if you have the appropriate license.

It’s a provision that applies to lottery areas. Officials said hunters in the lottery areas are only allowed to tag one deer during the 2012 hunting season. The muzzleloader season started last Saturday and ends Sunday, Dec. 9.

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