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Vermont hunters can check website for muzzleloader antlerless deer permit winners

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MONTPELIER, Vermont — Deer hunters who applied for a muzzleloader season antlerless deer permit can now go to the Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department website to see if they will be receiving a permit in the mail.

The department announced the winners Monday after a random drawing.

A total of 17,050 December permits have been authorized for use in 13 of Vermont's 20 Wildlife Management Units.

The permits will be mailed to recipients in November.

State deer biologist Adam Murkowski says knowing if they've received a permit will help people plan their hunts.

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