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State Farm and AAA both report that October, November and December are the peak months for vehicle collisions with deer.

CHARLESTON — This year’s edition of West Virginia’s “traditional” antlerless-deer season might benefit from the foul weather that plagued the state’s buck season.

“Hunters who were snowed out or rained out during the buck season might have more incentive to get out there during the antlerless season,” said Paul Johansen, wildlife chief for the state Division of Natural Resources.

Reach John McCoy at, 304-348-1231, or follow @GazMailOutdoors on Twitter.

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