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pascooter94

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anyone been hunting around the new ulm area? if so hows it going? for me not good all the deer i see are on somebodys eles land confused.gif thats ok lots more time left.

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Hey dude,Im back on line. Read Battle Lake area. I wasnt only one skunked up north.Havent heard much for good reports around here.Later.

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hey dude,yes this is bad, when we went to duluth on friday the wife saw one deer from here to there, and on the way home saw one buck by breezy point and thats it, i think they should just drop the 5 deer to just 1 per year and be done.see you on wed when i go back to work.

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You missed it today.Grampa went on a fit again. Made the day. Heard about no deer hunting on Ds land.Bummer. Also about funeral,sorry,my condolances. Later.

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anyone been hunting around the new ulm area? if so hows it going? for me not good all the deer i see are on somebodys eles land
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thats ok lots more time left.


Hey Scooter, to bad you couldn`t pluck them off the hill

behind me off my deck. The daily deer highway passes behind

us here. Watched a couple nice bucks in rut chasing a few

does around the hill the other day. Did not have time to

catch them on video before it was all over. grin.gif

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hey jim yes i would like to hunt back there but i think some folks would get made that there pet deer is not there anymore but thats the way it goes, so you and the boy ready to hit the hardwater? im ready and i think my boy is to.time to get the the new blades on and we are set.

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You bet he is ready, he can`t wait to get out there. About all

he talks about right now besides hunting the deer on the hill

out back. He heads up there almost day with his toy gun to hunt

them down, I keep telling him to beware if he sees a buck up

there during rutting season.

Looking forward to seeing you and your boy out when its hard

enough. We`ll keep in touch when it firms up.

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you got it.

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