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outfishedagain

New to the East Grand Forks Area.

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I recently moved into the area and am doing some research for some late season bow land. i see that there isn't much for public land in the area so could someone point me in the right direction. Thanks

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There's public land a little under an hour away, but if you're wanting to stay close to town I would go out and knock on doors of people along the Red or Red Lake Rivers. You probably wouldn't get on much until after gun season, but I would think someone would let you bow hunt after that.

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thanks for the direction.

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