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      Members Only Fluid Forum View   08/08/2017

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Well the lottery results are up...

 

im going to get an archery tag this year! What about you??did you get a tag? Going over the counter? Or archery tag??

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Sweet I pulled Season A finally this spring been a couple . :D:D

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B season for me in 508, may try the willow river area

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Archery of course and will be hunting the Dayton area

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Bought a surplus "B" season.  Only season I've never hunted in MN before.

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2 hours ago, Hoyt4 said:

Borch there is never a bad Turkey season :)

 

 

This is true...

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Not feeling too good about it especially with freezing rain and another snow "event" predicted Wednesday. That last week of the season option might come in handy this year.

 

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I did a bit of scouting Saturday, walking around on the frozen snow was not to bad. Some of the fields have clear strips on the north edges. I'm guessing the birds will go there for food and to be in the sun. As the snow melts the plowed fields will turn to slop. I'm also guessing the birds will avoid those as they just suck to cross. I did see a few tracks, so know some are around. Just need to spend some time in the woods to figure them out and see how active they are. probably just use a hen decoy or none at all to start....

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Most the birds are breaking up , this weather will not keep them from doing their duty. The ladies will have to get going and I watched a bunch birds fight and pretty much get the pecking order going. Won't be the first time i've hunted in snow and like I said they have to do their thing.

 

Mid morning the hens started kicking the Toms yesterday and Toms out looking for some more ladies to bug. Snow sure helps find them easy going to be a fun opening day. I can only hunt evenings until the weekend which is fine. Don't let the weather hold you back.

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Went for a short hunt yesterday morning. Mostly a scouting mission to hear what is around. Just before 6:00 am had 4-5  different gobblers going off about 200 yards away on neighbors land. Sometimes those birds come my direction, They did not. They made very few gobbles on the ground. I sat until 9 then packed it up, hearing nothing after 7:00. I did see 8 deer so that was cool.. Hoping to get my son out Sunday afternoon/evening......

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