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Yeah I know its not the hunting section, but if any of you guys have info that would help me find my bull in zone 22 between Ely and Isabella that would be great.

you could email me at jgorrmap at tds.net

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Shouldnt be too hard in that area. I know I see them all over when Im driving up there. Try a hunting section.

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I have, I'm just following up here with the fishing crowd.

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Is the Spruce Road in that zone

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couldn't tell you off the top of my head. I was just up there scouting this weekend and saw six cows and calves. Is it October yet???

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IF it is i have seen alot of bulls in that area in years past. I think also check out the Dunka River Road.

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If I can recall clearly without my map in front of me, Spruce Road as in NW of the S. Kiwishiwi River Campground???

let me know if thats the one you mean Monstermoose...

I drove down it last weekend if it is. Where do you usually see most of the bulls, off the main roads in the back corners I assume. Slashes and swampedges?

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i think its south but its the one off highway 1. I will be in ely the first week of oct. grouse hunting and fishing. I can let ya know if i find any moose

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A lot of them were seen around the first parking area and a creek goes under the road and then way back i near the lake you can drive all the way there the name of the lake slips my mind, but it has walleyes in it.

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