Cos eyes deer-baiting rules changes impact on seniors, handicapped

This kind of deer hunting, which has become common in the last 15 years or so, is good for elderly hunters and for those who, like himself, are "cripples," unable to walk great distances in the woods. Martin explained that he had suffered an accident on July 20, 2013. "A tree hunter who is bow-hunting has to have a deer that is 20 yards away to make a kill, and that angle makes it a safer shot," he said.


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