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Insane Hunting Regulations

The good thing about the Internet is that a quick google search reminds me that I'm a completely normal person. Unfortunately, I'm reminded of this by evidence of the insanity of others. It's also nice when these folks take time away from their role playing games to give us a web gem. Come St. Agnes Day (whenever that is) the mythical beast hunting season begins, or so says a webpage from Lake Superior State University.

This site is as detailed as any DNR homepage and outlines everything you need to know for your unicorn season (What? Only one per month? Those things are as common as squirrels.) Hunters will be happy to find that since it's an even year (2006, remember?), you'll be allowed to hunt the southeast rim of the Milky Way.

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I just wanted to add as a coda to Will's post that I came across the unicorn page while researching a story about the best colleges and universities in the U.S. for high school graduates who love to hunt and fish. You'll find the story in the May 2006 issue of Outdoor Life, which will hit the newsstands in late April.

Jeff Drenning

You've gotta be kidding me, what comes next.....Sasquatch hunting?


LOL! Sasquatch hunting happens all the time! Where have you been?

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