RUSSELL COUNTY — The scene was classic central Kansas. Valleys of oaks, cottonwoods and elms. Highlands that are a patchwork of harvested cropfields and native prairies.
According to area meat processors, deer hunting success has been about as cold as the weather since the firearms deer season opened Wednesday. Most think the frigid weather and lowered success are related.
For many years, Lloyd Fox used words such as “excellent” and “outstanding” to describe the prospects for an upcoming firearms deer season.
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