The Department of Conservation and Natural Resources is opening state forest roads for deer hunting season, which begins on Monday, Nov. 26.
Officials say more than 400 miles of roads, which are normally closed to hunters, will open.
That means more than 90 percent of all state forestland will now be within one-half mile of an open road during deer season.
According to the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, access to some state forest roads will be determined by local weather and road conditions.
Hunters should contact their district offices for up-to-date information.
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