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Dahitman44

Anyone going hunting?

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Dahitman44

Where are you headed? What have you seen?

I am heading the my brother-in-laws farm north of Perham. We seem to find deer there every year.

Next week and next weekend I am going to hunt some private land near Ulen. The area west of Ulen has had some nice deer there earlier this season -- I hope they stay close by.

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Who else is going out?

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eyehunter

I'm with you Brother. I'll be east of Frazee this weekend, up by Evergreen. Maybe I'll see you at the Wolf Lake Muni on Saturday night grin.gif

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Dahitman44

You going to be there on Sat. Night?

I will meet you there -- about 9 pmish -- we have milk those cows, you know. blush.gif

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eyehunter

Not sure what time we'll be there, but I'll be looking for you. Last year when we were there, there wasn't too many cows. They had a band and I guess that pulls another class out of the woodwork.

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Dahitman44

call me this weekend if you get a chance --

218-790 8000

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Cicada

I'll be hunting between Barnesville and Pelican Rapids. My last year there. The farmer sold it to the DRN recently and it will be public next year. It's next to Whiskey Lake, and no it doesn't taste like whiskey at all.

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eyehunter

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and no it doesn't taste like whiskey at all.


Glad you added that, otherwise, knowing me, I probably would have tried it... tongue.gif

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DEADhead

be safe out there this weekend guys.

and hitman, stay out of trouble wink.gif

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eyehunter

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be safe out there this weekend guys.

and hitman, stay out of trouble
wink.gif


Trouble just seems to follow a guy who's name is Hitman grin.gif

Seriously though, DH is right...be careful out there. Be sure of your target and anybody who may be beyond that target before you pull the trigger. I'm going to be one of those other guys out there and I don't like hearing lead wizzing over my head.

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shae1986

Im gonna head out by Mahnomen and if i dont see any deer i guess i'll just go to the Casino. So win win situation in my mind.

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shae1986

West of Ulen? HMM im wondering whos land since i do hunt a lot of it out there, i got my guess but i could be wrong.

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Ray1

First im heading to Osage on saturday, then to my good old stompin grounds and your back yard Hitman. Hawley grin.gif

Maybe see you guys at wolf lake municipal on sat. night. wink.gif

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Dahitman44

2-Shae --

You might be right. Going to hit that area tonight -- hope to see something. Not sure with this wind, cold and snow possibility.

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walleyes12

Any Luck Ray with the deer or maybe the walleyes!

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Paul

Here: I found a buck. Have a look.

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Ray1

I shot a buck with my bow on friday,and a doe on saturday morning with riffle at a whole 15 yds. That really put the 25-06 to the test. grin.gif. I haven't fished for a while but while you were getting married i caught a few. wink.gif

How about you?

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Dahitman44

Paul --

Not sure what I would do with that. I know I would not mount it -- wink.gif

I think I would give it a beer.

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Dahitman44

Eye --

trouble does follow the Hitman.

I went to bed early on Sat. Night -- 9 p.m. I was out like a light. I stayed up and discussed the finer points of hunting and got 3.5 hours of sleep the night before. I was a tired puppy.

My Bro-in-law went to bed at 11 p.m. He said he heard something and thought I was dinging around and going out to my truck.

When I got up at 5 am I went to the bathroom and noticed that somebody left a deposit and did not flush or wipe. I thought that was odd. Then I went into the living room and the front door was open.

Strange.

Talked to my Bro-in-law and he said he heard the door open and thought it was me. My guess -- a drunk guy or one of those crazy dudes that work at the 24-hr dairy farm up the road. They milk like 2500 head -- they get some crazy dudes in there for the night shift.

So -- That is how people get killed -- they walk into people's homes after dark and use there facilities without announcing themselves.

Strange ...

Wasn't you was it Eye hunter?

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walleyes12

Ray

I haven't been out since I got married, I got get my but out there and try it. I have been busy chasing coyotes!! wink.gif

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eyehunter

No, it wasn't me. I was all the way over on Toad Lake, that's just too far for me to go to take a dump, even if it was for a good joke. I too was in bed by 9:30 on Saturday night, never made it to Wolf Lake all weekend. Boy we must be getting to be old men.... tongue.gif You know you're getting old when you would rather sleep than go out and party, and when you get up in the middle of the night, take a ____ and not remember it in the morning. grin.gif

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Dahitman44

Right on, Eye!

It is creepy that somebody would just walk in ... That is how people get shot.

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livintofish

I was out East of Hinkley hunting. Dropped a nice fat doe on opening day. Our party shot 9 and one guy shot a nice 10 pointer 200#er dressed. hmmmmm..... hitman sneaking in to someones place would definately beat the outhouse at deer camp at 35 degrees ...lol j/k. grin.gif

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Dahitman44

Yeah that is true, as long as you don't get a 30-06 up your nose. crazy.gif

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Paul

That is almost as bad as placing a mouse trap under the replacement roll of TP. Pick up up and BAM!!\

PS. Great Joke and no posters were hurt during the typing of this post.

PPS. Do Not Try this with out beer, We are trained alcoholics.

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PS. Great Joke and no posters were hurt during the typing of this post.

PPS. Do Not Try this with out beer, We are trained alcoholics.


Now that's funny right there.....I don't care who you are.

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