COLUMBUS — Knox County’s anterless deer permits may be eliminated if a modified proposal by the Ohio Department of Natural Resources passes.

The ODNR has amended its deer-hunting proposal for the 2014-15 season regarding the permits in Knox and two other Ohio counties. The bag limit would remain at three deer.
In a statement, the ODNR Division of Wildlife said the decision came “after considering public input and reviewing data.”

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