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polaris boy

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i know this is a little late to ask but i was wondering if anyone wanted to hunt with me down there, i just decided to go. but would like to hunt with someone. Im 22 and goin all the way from argyle,mn which is about 5 hours away. Let me know

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Where were ya last week? I went alone and it would have been nice to have someone to share the hunt with etc... Hopefully someone on your hunt will speak up. Did you have a spot picked out or would you like a few ideas? I found a couple spots that seemed to have deer working in. Let me know?

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hey ya that would be great if you could give me a few ideas on where the deer are. Maybe next year we could work out something. Im just looking to have fun. Thanks for speaking up

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    • AlwaysFishing23
      Guess what?!? Buddy of mine asked if I'd go yak fishin with him tomorrow maybe finnaly I'll get to get a few! 
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    • DocJpa
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