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Border Unrest Keeps Hunters Away

by | Nov 26, 2012
The Arizona Game and Fish Department confirms that unstable border conditions have led to the decline in hunting tag sales for borderland areas, specifically for deer and javelina, reports FoxTucson. Additionally, Southern Arizona businesses say they've been hurt by the decline. "We cater to (hunters)," said Vickie Wandfluh of BK Outlaw  Barbecue. "(But) when a Black Hawk helicopter lands at your restaurant and doesn't let anyone out of the building or off the freeway exit, it scares people. It's bad for business."

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