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Kersey man shares tale of successful elk harvest

November 12, 2013

Photo submitted – Kersey resident Ronald Wildfire is shown with the 6x6 bull elk he successfully harvested last Wednesday during the state's weeklong elk hunt.

QUEHANNA – Kersey resident Ronald Wildfire was the lone Elk County resident drawn for a license in this year's elk hunt, and Wildfire was especially lucky in that he was one of 26 individuals selected for a bull tag. He successfully harvested a 6x6 bull elk in Elk Hunt Zone 5 last Wednesday.

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