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Collin Cleveland, 14, of Montrose takes aim at a pheasant Oct. 7 during the state's annual youth hunt on land near Tyndall. South Dakota's main pheasant hunting season opens on Oct. 20, drawing thousands of hunters likely to encounter about 18 percent more of the game birds than last year. (AP Photo/Dirk Lammers)

More birds likely to greet pheasant hunters in SD

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SIOUX FALLS (AP) -- Consider it Black Friday for hunters.

Sure, the day before South Dakota's pheasant opener doesn't result in lines around the corner or incite customers to trample over each other to grab low-priced orange vests, but it's still something of a shopping event for avid hunters.

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