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Deer Hunting Reports

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Just wondering what's happening with the deer hunters in your neck of the woods? I would suspect that there is quite a bit of "rut" activity in the last couple of weeks. I know that the buck sign has exploded in the last two weeks in Northern MN. I'll be heading up November 19-20th for my 1st ever Canadian Whitetail experience with Camp Manitou. All indications are that this is a 1st class operation and I can't wait to meet Matt and his guide staff.

Looking forward to any reports.

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As far as I saw the Rut was in full swing in SW Minnesota. Rubs Scrapes, chasing, you name it it was happening.

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Things are just starting to get into full swing, lots of rubs, scrapes, and plenty of bucks chasing does. The group that is leaving tomorrow went 8-9 with 1 guy missing, so all in all it was a good week. We are expecting good things for the next groups coming tomorrow.

Looking forwar to seeing you at camp in a week in a 1/2 bowhuntr.

I will post another report next weekend.

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Make sure to post the results of your hunt bowhuntr. I'd love to get up there and bowhunt someday.

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Nice 10 point lots of mass perfectly even. Taken by nonresident hunter from Maryland in the Morson area.VogansLakeLots07_1.jpg

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This is it for deer reports? How about Outfitter17? We all like seeing pics of big deer...

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I just got back today and I will post some in the next few days.

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not sure how to post pics cuz I got a few that I should post. see if I can figure it out.....

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Nov2008028.jpg wishful thinking for this hunter. this is not the guy who shot it. my cousin actually shot and he wasn't there to pose.

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Acouple of nice deer above. Outfitter, make sure to post a picture of the Timber Wolf. I would rather get a big wolf than a deer anyday of the week. Thats awesome.

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I will be posting the pictures of the deer and the giant wolf when I get back from thanksgiving.

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Here are a few pictures from Camp Manitou & Gateway North Outfitters deer hunt this season.

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Thanks for posting the pictures, I couldn't get them all to upload for some reason.

If anyone is looking for next year, things are already pretty tight for new customers. We may be able to squeeze you into an early hunt, but you should be talking to your buddies and planning now.

If anyone has any new questions, just let me know.

Also, we will be launching a new HSOforum with all the new fishing and hunting pictures in a few days.

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Great pics. I like those massive hooked main beams. What are the regs on taking wolves up there?

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You can buy a wolf lic. over the counter and you can shoot 2 of them.

We had a few whitetail guys buy wolf tags, just in case they had a wolf walk by.

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