Oct 26, 2005 — Rifle hunting season opened last weekend across the North Country. It's the first fall since chronic wasting disease - a fatal deer illness - was discovered in 7 deer in Oneida County in April. Most of New York's hunters are taking the development in stride. The Department of Environmental Conservation says hunting licenses are on par with last year. But in the area where the diseased deer were found, hunters are frustrated. Some are angry. They have to obey new regulations, including taking their deer to a state-run checkpoint for testing. David Sommerstein went there and has this report.