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anyone get anything?

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i didnt even see a deer... i think it was too windy

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8 people in group hunted all day in riverbottoms by new ulm, 0 deer, I saw 4 myself, 3 were to far and the last one was at 5'20, couldnt tell if it had a rack, oh well tomarows another day.

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9 of use hunting the riverbottoms west of new ulm and 0 deer i think the wind had them shut down.

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Party of 4 in Jordan saw 3 deer No Kills frown

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I saw 2 deer in the afternoon.Doe and fawn within bow range.Slow day.Dang wind!

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Saw a few does this morning around 8:30, didnt shoot. Heard a shot just to the north of me and a WAHOO about 15 minutes later, hope it wasnt the 8 pointer i saw last year.

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I hunt with a party of 10. 4 adults, 6 kids.

I shot 2 small bucks this morning, didn't see much the rest of the day. Today may have been the most miserable I've been in my entire life. Cold, super duper windy.....ick.

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I had this one by 7a.m. 9 pointer, field dressed at 200 lbs.

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We went 2 for 2 this weekend. 9 pointer Saturday and a 7 Pointer on Sunday.

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The only deer I saw today is now in my freezer! Good thing for those freezer filler tags! The wind sucked today, I should've had motion sickness medicine today! I will be hunting for the big buck now!

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my brother in law took a small 5 pointer today, they watched a doe for a half hour last night waiting for a buck to come out, he wanted to bring his daughter today for a shot at the doe.

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icecold or pascooter u guys hunt w/ reinarts or krals?

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no we dont, was out all day and seen two fawns thats it for our group

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Saw a "flash of brown".... went to check it out....found 2 scrapes that had been freshened. Wind was swirling around, and coming from everywhere.That made it impossible to be DOWNWIND from any trail. That was it for us.....except for one little incident........... We were cold, and frustrated from the wind etc., so we went to the truck for a sandwich and to warm up a little. About 11:00 we were discussing options etc.............

when a beautiful mature buck burst out of the public woods we were hunting, crossed the road 30 yards away from us and burst into some private(no hunting area) land, while our jaws dropped in shock. What a beautiful buck!!!We debated if it was a 6 or 8 pt, but the body was in the 180 # range. gorgeous!!!

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Saw 2 does at 8;30 and that was it for today, what a long cold weekend, hope things shape up this week and into the weekend, weather wise and deer sightings

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did the deer in my woods a favor took this weird one outta there sat afternoon at 3:00 came in after i was using the can call

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We hunted on our land in Ottertail County. Our party of 4 got 3 bucks and a doe on Sat, didn't see a deer on Sun. There were quite a few moving on our land but the neighbors didn't shoot all weekend. Hardly any shots off in the distance.

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I shot a nice 8 point at 725am on Saturday morning - 50 miles NW of two harbors. It was COLD and WINDY so I just sat on our driveway (which is 2 miles long)- thinking if I got too cold I would just go to the shack and warm up.

Just as I was debating on weather to go inside I see brown walking down the drive. I pull up by 7mm WSM and notice horns. Pull the trigger about a foot above the back.

You ask why a foot above the back? Well finding the deer went 10 yards in to woods to the east it turned out to be a great shot at 472 YARDS!!!!

I have never shot that far but felt comfortable since I was sitting on a chair with an arm rest. Straight shot with no obstructions.

Everyone in our party were amazed at the shot and result.

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I should get them in a day or two - I forgot my camera, but a cousin took some.

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Not that I doubt you but I would like to see that driveway, sounds like it is straight as an arrow. And don't tell us you got an nice buck without pictures!

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seen nothing on saturday for about eight hours outside. Sunday i seen a dow and a six pointer in the morning but not able to get a shot. later i seen a four pointer but i was not able to get a shot. came home with nothing

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heres the pic of my buck couldnt get the ones of my dads, go this one sunday morn. total saw 17 deer had shots at many but held up and it paid off. this ones a 9 and my dad got a nice 8 with a much bigger body about 200 yrds away from me. DSCN0619-2.jpg

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Down south of Marshal our group of 5 got 2 buck (6 pointer, 10 pointer) and a nice doe. Got all of them on Sat. Afternoon. Wow was it windy.

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saw 2 does on sat 4 on sunday too far around 150 yards too far with the wind the way it was got down to i believe 8 including windshield. snowed almost all day both days. had on 5 sweatshirts plus overalls 2 stocking caps plus balacalava 3 pairs of socks man i looked like the MICHELIN TIRE GUY i dont think i could have held my rifle and shot anything anyways he he. enjoyed the time out and there will be more hunting to come

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