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tednugefan

fall hunt draw date

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Mid September I believe. You can look on the DNR site to see for sure. They don't give a specific date though.

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yea i saw that. my group got drawn. hopefully i'll be able to put a bird down.

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I got mine as well, good lots of birds where I bowhunt anyway. I can scout from the stand during early season bowhunting.

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I got drawn as well, first time for a fall hunt in my zone, only 10 permits were given out, I feel kinda lucky....

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Guess I'll be hunting Minnesota again this fall! Now if only Wisconsin would let us know...

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Do I need to buy another turkey stamp for the fall? I don't think I would as it says valid until Feb 28, 09, but the lady at the bait shop said I would need to?

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riverrat,

The stamp you purchased for the spring hunt is good for the fall hunt.

I also drew a tag for this fall. I will be hunting 440-B.

Dan

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riverrat i also got drawing for 440b i just got off with the dnr and they said that the spring stamp is good for the fall also which also be stated by huntmup.

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Once you purchase your new tag is will print on the fall stamp if you bought one in the spring hunt.It will show all stamps on your tag.Good luck to all this fall.I know I have some pay back with a longbeard in MN.

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