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Anyone hunting the 3rd weekend

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Anyone hunting Zone 1 for the last weekend? I will be giving it one last shot Sat.

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Yep I will be out to try and get one more for the freezer.

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Roger that. Only one in the freezer. Gots to get more...

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good luck I wish I could have got the pass to go back up to the area I hunt to get a couple more but not in the cards this year...have fun and dress in layers!

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Just loaded the wheeler. Going out, all day, maybe Sunday too! Cold tonight.

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Area 170 for me, Biff. Middle of nothing, right near nowhere!

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Hunt the 3rd weekend???? Of course! I don't have a wife that demands I be home, I don't wuss out because it is cold, and I can get a day off of work. LOL grin

I will be heading up for the day to clean up deer camp.

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Those other 2 come up and help ya?

I seen a huge 10 pt. about 5 minutes from my spot walking across the highway. The body looked like a moose. The deer of NE MN get some huge bodies. I seen in the Outdoor News for the Grand Marais area on opening weekend they registered some bucks over 250lbs. Other than that I only seen a flag jogging through the woods.

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It's nice to hunt up there in the hills. Peace and quiet. The hills makes your calves burn a little bit though. grin

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