Title

One Deer, Two Islands: Hunting on Frenchboro Creates Logisitcal Obstacles Unlike Any on Mainland

Source

Island Journal

Date

2016

Volume Number

32

Pages

46-50

Abstract

The article features a hunting incident on the island of Frenchboro, when Zach Lunt killed a three-point buck. Deer killed in Maine must be tagged within eighteen hours of shooting it. Doing so can be difficult for islanders as they often need to travel to the mainland in which to do so, which was true in Lunt's case. The day is described. [images]

Subjects

Frenchboro (Me.), Deer hunting

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