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ZDavidMiller

Grouse Hunting Partner

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I live in the north suburbs of St. Paul and I am looking for a hunting partner. I also would like to know where the closest good grouse hunting is. I have only hunted them around Orr. I hunted yesterday after hunting bear in the morning, and shot one grouse of 4 flushed and 2 whistlers of 16 flushed. Other than that I have never hunted them, but they are a lot of fun. None of my friends are interested. So if you could point me in the right direction around here, or would like to have someone to hunt with,please e-mail me or post me a message either would be great. Thank you.

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I saw that you are thinking of traveling to the Mille Lacs / Mora area from time to time. I work down there a lot, and am huntng every morning and evening before and after work. Shoot me an e-mail and we can probably work something out when I'm around. mjbreuer at charter.net. I could help point you in the right direction in these areas, and another eye on the ground never hurts...

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I plan on hunting the Mora area this Tues. afternoon Oct. 10. Let me know if your interested.

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