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    Default Hunting is done what now?

    Most but not all hunting seasons are done.
    What now?
    What do most of you do?







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    getting cot up with all my forums
    still thinking about second season archery comes in after christmas
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    Hunt geese untill mid March then a month and half wait untill spring Turkeys.

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    Tying flies and drinking. Maybe look for some coyotes with the new .06.
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    work,work and work some more till next season come around....well thats what i do

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    Getting in more post season scouting this year, know one good buck made it. Trying to shoot the recurve regularly so I can start hunting with one. Hoping winter shows up for some ice fishing and snowmobiling; didn't even register my sled last year.
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    What do you mean, what's there to do? You gotta be kidding. Around here the indoor season begins the first week of January. Our winter 3D league just started this past Sunday and that goes for 15 weeks. There's wednesday evening practice. Sunday evening coaching the kids and adult practice after that. A couple scuba trips to the tropics. I need a break and huntin season is when I get it.
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    Bow season ends for me the 31st. After that, it's coyote time until spring turkey starts in April. Got quite a few coyotes to thin out this year, so it'll be a busy time. Somewhere around 6 square miles of land to hunt coyotes on.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ehunter View Post
    Bow season ends for me the 31st. After that, it's coyote time until spring turkey starts in April. Got quite a few coyotes to thin out this year, so it'll be a busy time. Somewhere around 6 square miles of land to hunt coyotes on.
    I'm jealous!







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    Quote Originally Posted by gravedigger View Post
    work,work and work some more till next season come around....well thats what i do
    That's too much work. Considering your job I guess you live in a quite unhealthy place
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