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do you hunt 157

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do you hunt 157 what stories do you have.

I can tell you my first ever Doe and Buck have come from 157 state forest. I have gone to the same place since i started deer hunting in 2003. my father got his first deer in this area too. were hoping my brother (15) gets his first deer here too.

i might go bow hunting in this area too.

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I hunt the western most edge of 157, Infact I think I have the western most stand in the area. That being said I can say that the dnr deer count is WAY off. If they say that you can kill 5 deer per guy, than I am missing something. IMO there just not that many deer around. Hunting is good, dont get me wrong, it is just not what it was 10 years ago.

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you are right on that NEIGHBOR_GUY We never come away empty but we maybe get 1 deer maybe 2 for the whole hunting party. and i am talking two weekends of hunting between 3 to 6 people. I dont see that many deer. usually what we see is what we take.

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I have hunted 157 for 28 years. Sure,there are some deer around. But to make it a five deer zone is just plain insane. I only saw three deer all last year. Now with the DNR changing the rules this year, I only see bad things coming. For example: When the groups are done hunting Old Zone 2, they all can move right into Zone l to finish off the season.

I have 320 acres, and it has slowly been going down hill each year.

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