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Twin big-woods titans offer deer hunters opps

Updated: October 31, 2006, 5:52 PM ET
By Vic Attardo | Fishing and Hunting News

JERSEY SHORES, Pa. — With leaf drop, it's a good time to go into Pennsylvania's denser forests for bucks. They'll feel suddenly exposed, but will also probably be in rut toward the end of this period, and thus on the move in the Tioga and Tiadaghton state forests.

Situated one above the other in the north-central portion of the Keystone State, they're also some of the commonwealth's largest forests.

Spread across two counties, Tioga contains 161,600 acres while Tiadaghton is ...

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