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glenn57

whats happenin up there!

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plan on heading to the talmoon area oct 10 thru da 14th. want to hunt/fish anything legal (ducks, geese. grouse, nords, sunfish, deer by means of bow ) does anyone got some info for me? thanks in advance.

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Hey Glenn,

I think we need some cooler/colder weather to bring some fresh ducks and geese in. It seems most of the birds around here are well educated! I heard the walleye bite on Winnie/Cutfoot has been really good. The cover in the woods is down pretty good so visibility for grouse and deer is good. There have been some deer shot in the area and a customer of my dad's shot a dandy 21 point buck that field dressed around 250 lbs. Theres a pic in the Archery Forum, page 7 if I remember right.

Brian

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Yeah, stud buck for sure. 500 hours in scouting...unreal.

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bmc, thanks for the reply. if things change repost, im coming up either way. need to get cabin ready for deer hunting and herdwater seasons. you know what they say, a bad day fishing/hunting still better than a good day at work.

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Deer hunting has been excellent around this area.. Same goes for the fishing and waterfowl hunting...

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thanks for the report, starting to get worked up. wed. nite is gettin closer. cant wiat.

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