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who hunts Sherburne NWR bow or firearm?

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whats your experience in this place

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Gun season let's just sayants at a picnic. Bow Season you can find some solitude. I don't hunt it often but every once in a while I climb a tree there with a bow.

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You may be amazed at what you might see next to the parking lot or around the bigger patches of thick cover in an open field.

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went there and there were lots of cars on the sides of the roads sounded like small game hunters. i found a spot.. first parking spot on the right side when you get on CTY 3 i think it is. was there half an hour when someone walked by spent another hour and nothing i headed up to rum river state forest to take a look and then drove back to eden prairie

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There is one or two spots people do not know around there that can produce a nice hunt; however, these are off roads that dead end and not really on a map.

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