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Coach1310

How long is your camp.....

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Coach1310    1
Coach1310

Just curious as to how many days you guys are in camp. We will be heading up Friday, but unfortunately we come home on Sunday night and repeat the process next weekend. How long do you guys stay??? Camp is almost upon us. Good luck to all and have a safe hunt!

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woody1975    0
woody1975

We will be leaving tomorrow morning and come home Tuesday around 10 a.m. -

Getting close - 2 hours of work left and I am outta here.

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bigbucks    6
bigbucks

We stay at home, so however long we hunt. I'm bowhunting the next two days. Then I take off Thursday & Friday next week to gun hunt various place, along with both weekends.

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89Bronco    0
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For me it's Friday night to Sunday night all three weekends! Others may come and go during the week...retired, work for themselves, etc., but I have to do it on the weekends.

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Black_Bay    0
Black_Bay

This year since I've been married for a total of 34 days, my wife wants me to come home Friday the 9th. Back when I was a free man I went from the Friday before to the second Sunday.

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HuskerBen

I'm hunting in Nebraska this year, at the family deer camp. It'll be the Friday before ("Opener Eve") until noon Monday. Some of the guys get to stay the full 9 days, but I have to get back to work. Thankfully, though, I have an antlerless permit and should be tagged out by Saturday night. Hopefully.

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harvey lee    13
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All the guys but me will be hunting for 5-6 days. Only 3 for me. The others will be bow hunting for half the time and then rifle on Friday at noon.

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The Donk    0
The Donk

Friday night taking off to the great Nort' and coming back Monday late... Probably the second weekend as well, but thats usually not as hard of hunting (more having some fun)

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Scott K    28
Scott K

I use to hunt in MN, I still do every once in a while, but now mainly just Wisconsin. We head up to the cabin friday morning, check everything out, then hunt until thursday noon. Then come home for thanksgiving then if we need to fill anymore tags we go up again after thanksgiving, then also if needed the December hunt, but it gets hard to stay focused on sitting in stand that many days, that close together and if its cold its harder.

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