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This will be my first year to apply.  I don’t think I’m ready to get drawn yet but should be by the time I pull a permit.  Sounds like a once every 3 year average around here.

 

Who knows, maybe I’ll have to GET ready sooner!

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YEP, DEADLINE IS MAY 5th. 

 

well it'll be year 5 for me I believe. maybe 4????? depends on where you apply.

 

already starting to gather goodies for Yogi!!!!!!!

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i stopped by my regular spot to get licenses, they didnt have any of the info brochures. just got done printing them off there site. they didnt have the permit allowed, at least i couldnt find them so emailed the DNR, they got back to me real quick.

 

da bears in area 27 must be gettin nervous!!!!!!!!!!🤣 

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I'm going to apply for the first time this year. Area 12. Looks like it's about every 4th year in area 12.

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Good luck everyone! I used up my points last year but i still put in for area 13. Nothing else I will get a point.

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I bought a point today. 

 

Will be my first attempt to do a bear hunt.  Not sure what zone I'll be hunting yet, so figured I'd at least buy a point to get started since it'll be a few years. 

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In for 31. I wish I would have put in for the last three years. I would have had a better shot at hunting one this year.

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20 hours ago, TattooedHunter said:

In for 31. I wish I would have put in for the last three years. I would have had a better shot at hunting one this year.

Takes 3-4 in zone 3. Great unit though!

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On 5/5/2019 at 5:41 PM, rkhinrichs said:

Takes 3-4 in zone 3. Great unit though!

Yeah, that's what it took last time I hunted up there (2015), got in on my fourth year. That's what bums me out, had I remember to apply for the past 3 years, this year I'd probably be hunting.

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