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woody1975

Smoky hills and White Earth State Forests?

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We are planning a muzzleloading trip up to this area this year and have never been there before. Just wondering if anybody had any advice on deer population, hunting pressure during muzzleloading, which would be better (Smoky Hills is a little closer to our cabin.) Or if there are any other areas - Looks like there are quite a few state forests around the area.

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Woody: I've rifle hunted and ML hunted also in the White Earth as we have property on a lake there. Its fairly orange during rifle season, but not that bad. During ML it is like having it all to myself. Of course I don't roam more than a couple thousand acres. Good luck!

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We have property that boarders white earth that I hunt. I personally hunt on our private land but everyone else in my party hunt on white earth. I don't see too many other during rifle but I do occasionally run into other hunters. ML most anywhere you hunt you will have to yourself.

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Thank You for the replies!

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