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BenO

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Moving out to Grand Forks in a couple weeks for college. Will be going to UND and am just wondering if anyone els goes there that would want to go on a few duck and goose hunts or something. All my buddys will be back at home just trying to find some new ppl to hunt with. Got fullbodys blind and can call.

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Ben,

I went to school at UND about 10 years ago(lord I'm getting old) I have some places on the MN side you can hunt if you are a MN resident and one place in ND if you are on that side. I also still have some fiends out there that I can call to help you out. What are you going to school up there for??

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I will be going out to school for fisheries and wildlife management or something in that general area. I am a minnesota resident so i will be able to hunt the minnesota side and the North Dakota side as well becasue i will be a full time student at UND. Any help would be much apprecited my email is Ben.Olson.3@und.edu if you would like to contact me

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[PoorWordUsage] that had ducks. It was near by the wma. The wma was a good spot for teal early in the season. Check the dnr web site for a map. on the ndak side there is a place called kelly's slew were a lot of people went, and they had rather good hunts. It is just west of the air force base just off hwy 2. Go scout it out, the wma in mn, there was a hill in the wma you could climb up to get a lay of the land, off the road that came in from the north. good luck, hope this save you some time and money.

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Go west an hour and a half you will see more birds then you have ever seen in MN!!!

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