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Friday, August 6, 2010
11:30 AM | Posted by Ben G. | Edit Post
1. Other people can be hunting where you plan to hunt or you may have to watch out for bow hunters.
2. Areas can be over hunted and birds may be all gone or savvy to hunters.
3. There might be other dogs in parking lots, some times dogs don’t get a long very well.
4. You can easily get lost in unfamiliar areas. One time my buddies and I all ended up out in the middle of a tamarack bog. It was a very scary situation, but we made it back ok.
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Public Hunting Land: Hunting for Deer the Good and the Bad
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