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I know everyones pumped for the deer season. I was just curious where everyone is hunting this year? I was lucky enough to get drawn to hunt in Maplewood State Park and I can't wait.

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I hunt in Wisconsin's well known Buffalo County on my parents farm. We have had some awesome trail cam pictures this year so I cannot wait to get out and hunt.

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I'll be hunting a half hour north of my house. I luckily got permission to hunt my neighbor's 80 acres of oak woods in Santiago. She's hoping to get some venision steaks again this year, and I'm hoping to get some for her. I'll be my first year hunting private land, so I might be wierd haveing all that land to ourselves. Really looking forward to it.

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I hunt in SE MN, on farm that runs sweet corn, strawberry's, some beans, and after ther sweet corn is pulled, barley.....Yes the deer are well fed and usually quite plump. They are also verrrryyyy tastey too

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I'll be down in SE also but I am not hunting until the 3B season. Every year I have to listen to how everyone did and it drives me crazy because I have to wait 2 weeks longer.

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SE MN just west of Hokah. Big bluffs, deep valleys, nice deer. I hope I get to put my tag on one.

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My brother and I have 80 acres in section 115. Heading up Thursday around noon. Gives us a day of kicking back, grouse hunting, and patrolling the neighborhood. wink

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up off the echo trail in zone 115. cant wait got the whole week off this year and pumped to have a longer season then 2 days, can pas on all the small 8's that are up there and wait for the wall hanger.

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