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i visited the "field of dreams" last night smile

4 different fields. our counts were well into the many hundreds...and not a single rack still on their heads!

no photoshop.

field #1

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field #2

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field #3

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poor quality pics, but we had to stay at a distance in order not to spook the entire field.

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I'm guessing a couple of these fields are very close to each other.

My dad and I were in Central MN the last two days looking at land. Field #2 looks very familiar. If it is the same field then there were already deer on it at about 11am yesterday. There was a bigger group of deer on the field behind it at the same time.

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is that land at all in the saint francis zimmerman area......couple fields over there on some company land that look like that with the deer just stacked up....cool pics

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My kids and I went for a drive up Hwy 14/61 into Wisconsin from LaCrosse to Westby tonight and counted over 200 deer out in the open fields. I have never been out asking permission in that stretch before, but may have to start knocking now smile

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Looks like a shed paradise. Do you have access matchset?

one day only. smile

lots of fawns in this area... its a new spot to me. so i'm not sure as to the "quality" but there certainly has to be quantity.

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I noticed a lot of small fawns in the pictures. My first thought was "my lab is bigger than half of those deer!" They'll be some bucks mixed in as well - hopefully you can haul a handful out of there.

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matchset I think I have seen these place that dreams are made of and it will stay a secret

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....central minnesota.... my location... does not mean that is where these fields are smile

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