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ORRINGTON, Maine - Marissa Grover didn't have a lot of time to waste Saturday morning as she headed out hunting on Youth Deer Day with her dad, Dan Grover. "I have a babysitting job," Marissa, 12, explained. That meant she had to be out of the woods - deer or no deer - in time to get to that job by 9:30 a.m. That didn't pose much of a problem. The Grovers saw two bucks by 6:30 a.m. And on this, her third Youth Deer Day, during which only youths are allowed to hunt deer with firearms in the state, she finally bagged her first deer.

http://bangordailynews.com/2017/10/23/outdoors/orrington-girl-makes-short-deer-hunt-pay-off/
 

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In my humble opinion Maine has the right idea get the young folks involved at a younger age.I think age 12 for small game and 14 for big game accompanied by a responsible adult should be allowed In N.S.
 

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Good to see youth hunting happening. I had a 16 y old out on the fri pm and sat am and pm hunting.All our best spots too but no results
 
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