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Who is buck-only hunting?

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My party of two didn't draw a doe tag, so we will be buck-only hunting this weekend. Who else is buck-only hunting this weekend? How many do you have in your party?

My brother has an interesting solution. His usual party of ten has one doe tag. He will be shooting his bow this weekend, so he can shoot a doe. Anyone else doing this? And before anyone mentions it, he realizes he is not part of the "party" shooting a bow while others shoot shotguns.

We will be shooting any coyote we see this weekend. I guess we are buck and yote shooting, not just buck-only!

Good Luck everyone!

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We are buck only hunting also. We always hunt 3A and do not even apply for doe permits.

Three of us in our group are also hunting the muzzleloading season this year so we can shoot a doe then if we want some meat.

Good luck to everyone this weekend and be safe!

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doe only here, took the buck with the bow

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Buck rifle in ND. All doe tags filled with bow.

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