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Dean Schellinger

Squirrel Hunting

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Not sure if anyone will give me any tips but here it goes. I used to hunt squirrels alot but then got more into duck hunting. Unfortunately the woods I used to hunt was sold to a nature conservency and can no longer be hunted. I love hunting squirrels when the ducks are slow and was wondering if anyone could give me some hints on some woods around the St. Cloud area/public forests that I could stomp around in. Thanks in advance.

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Have not hunted furry tree clingers since I was a kid...Kind of miss it...That area you speak of is loaded with em just find a woods with a bunch of oak and you should be set......Good luck and give us a report....uplander

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Yeah, its a different kind of hunting and they are excellent if cooked correctly. The next sunny day I am heading out to find some, might be a couple years at this rate with all the rain but hopefully this week sometime.

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