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maros91

2008 Hunting Regulations

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When do they come out or have they come out already? Need to find the number for my state park for which I will be applying for and to look at all the new deer zone changes. Thanks for any info.

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I would assume that they would be available on line at the dnr HSOforum, I haven't been in a sporting goods store yet to see if they are out yet. They usually don't come out until the first of August if I remember correctly

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I could be wrong...

But, I dont think they are out yet?

Brian K

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They are not online at the DNR HSOforum. I will just have to be patient and wait.

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I could be wrong...

But, I dont think they are out yet?

Brian K

They went to press yesterday. Should be on vendor shelves the last week in July/first of August and on the DNR HSOforum sometime before that. You can't apply for any hunts until August 1st anyway.

As for zone changes, erase the line between Zones 2 and 4 and you've got it.

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You could start applying for Camp Ripley on July 1st. Just so people know.

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You could start applying for Camp Ripley on July 1st. Just so people know.

Correct and youth deer hunts as well right now.

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Can I apply for the camp Ripley hunt AND a firearms special hunt?

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Can I apply for the camp Ripley hunt AND a firearms special hunt?

Yes

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