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trebby01

Grouse around Emily MN?

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Headed to the inlaws this weekend and would like to do some grouse hunting. no way of getting out of going lol. So does anyone have some pointers for places to do some walking? I know there are a lot of four wheeler trails. does anyone know if these are open for public hunting?

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There is a walking hunting trail up by Thunder Lake area, called Thunder Hollow.

As for the ATV trails, you'll have to check plat maps as the types of land they travel on vary (County tax forfeit, private, state, etc), plus the various town ordinances on shooting.

Haven't had great hunting up in that area for awhile now.

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I know its late but the wolf lake trail runs from kego lake road all the way to the old grade there is miles and miles of logging trails in that area.

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I know its late but the wolf lake trail runs from kego lake road all the way to the old grade there is miles and miles of logging trails in that area.

Hunted this area and areas within an hour for many years now without a lot of luck. They all seem to be hunted aggressively between archery and rifle for deer. Pair that with hunters walking like myself and the ATVers and we only average a few birds for our group a year there.

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Plenty of great areas though, you just have to put in a lot of time walking off the trails and have a quick draw because the grouse tend to be pretty skiddish.

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