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Metro Hunting spots

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any lakes, our areas that you can hunt in the metro. i know of a few in the lino lakes area. But would like to know if there is other places. Thanks for any info.

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centerville peltier lamprey pass and i have some secrete ones i will tell u for some dollers

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I think you can still hunt coon lake.I haven't been there in a while thou.Try the chisago area lakes.

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Greg

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Any one know if Tammerac Lake over by Linwood is still open to hunting?
Used to hunt there a few years back, drove down some snowmobile trail to get there .

Benny

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There are quite a few spots around, but you won't be alone. Hunt during the week or later in the year and you should be ok. Get a public land map from Walmart, and check out the recreation compass on the dnr's website.

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Benny, Tamarac is my old stomping grounds. I grew up there.

You can hunt it. You just have to keep away from houses. Good hunting too.

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Thanks boiler guy, I want to take my daughter out some where on Sunday, has to be with in an hour drive of Coon Rapids, so I thought a jaunt over there would work.
Benny

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Hey guys i am just wondering if you really can hunting peltier i am refering to the one by blaine....i didnt think you could duck hunt here but again i am not %100 sure so if any of you are %100 sure please let know as i would really like to hunt here it close by again thank to all who reply to this. and good luck to all on saturday morning!!!

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100% sure you can hunt peltier. Not sure exactly where you can hunt on it, prolly behind the island but yeah you can hunt on it

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