First day of buck season

‘Deer huntin’ is a lot like farmersonly.com; city folk just don’t get it,’ said Joel Kerr, 24, a Titusville native. Kerr has been hunting since he was 12, mostly on his family’s 50-plus acres, off of state Route 89. When asked what his favorite part about hunting was, Kerr replied, ‘the rush you get when a large animal is in your sight.’ Kerr passed on a small buck early Monday morning and will be out again today.

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