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Increase in 4th Round Archery Harvest Numbers

Tue, October 31, 2017

Through Sunday, October 29, 2017, Illinois archery deer hunters harvested a preliminary total of 19,045 deer, compared to 15,785 for the same period in 2016.

Harvest to date has consisted of 59% does and 41% males (11228:7817). Top five counties were Pike (548), Fulton (509), Jefferson (476), JoDaviess (370), andRandolph (367).

This week’s County by County numbers can be found here:
4th Round Archery Numbers

Up-to-date archery harvest figures (for either deer or turkey) by county/state sites can be tracked on the web HERE

Comments

WOW!  The crossbow ARMY is getting after it!!

Posted by muzzyman on October 31

Maybe crossbows.  I was able to get out Saturday afternoon and saw around 10.  I think the cold weather coinciding with the seek phase of the rut has deer moving.  I saw 2 bucks seeking hot does that afternoon.  Saw deer movement from 3pm til dark.

Posted by buckbull on October 31

I don’t think it was so much crossbows but the epic cold front that came through this weekend.  20 degree temps drops got everyone in the woods earlier than normal for rut hunts.  I’m usually out every year last weekend and normally deer sightings are pretty slow.  This weekend I had three sits and two of them I saw shooter bucks on there feet way before sunset.  It was a good weekend to be in the woods.

Posted by Bigb on October 31

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