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Lip'em

Anyone hunt around Bigfork?

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Heading up to a buddies cabin next weekend curious if anyone has hunted this area this year? We usually see some ringers and a bunch of geese. Thanks.

-Lip

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we have a place west of talmoon. im headed up for the first time this fall. heard the bow hunting was good, grouse spotty. go to the minn fishing reports by area and check the grand rapids/deer river-remer-marcell area reports, they do have a few posts there. its been really queit on the forums up there lately. good luck.

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My buddys parents have a cabin in Wirt and we hunt up there every weekend. Opener was good lots of teal a few rings and 2 woodies. Last weekend was very slow saturday shot 4 birds two rings a bill and a pin. Sunday was even slower got a look at about a dozen birds all morning and shot one woodie. Just hope the cold weather they are getting up there is moving some birds around or it could be very slow.

Good luck

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harty1384, your buddies place is just up the road from us, we are near the spring lake store.

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