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Ely Lake Expert

All you guys from the cities have to drive hours and hours to go hunting. I have to go 18 miles. Mu ha ha ha ha tongue.giftongue.gifshocked.gif

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BigWadeS

I think the quietness has already started

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kpp

I can one up ya I just have to drive the four wheeler 2 miles. LOL Good luck to everyone and be safe.

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The_Duckslayer

We will have about a 7 hour drive. Let me tell ya if my mom was not just down the road I tryly beleive that I would be way up nort'! Spent too many years too far away from the folks and now mom is the only one left and I will stay here as long as she is. There are some, though not many, things that are more important than hunting. Good luck to all... I hope that you have a successful and very safe hunt. Take care and N Joy the Hunt././Jimbo

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harvey lee

Only 4.5 hours to deer heaven in ND.Leaving in the morning and on the stand by noon. smile.gif

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midwesthunter

Hey Ely Lake Expert, where abouts near Eveleth do you hunt? We own some land right by Cotton where we hunt opening weekend which isn't too far from Eveleth. I am interested to hear about the deer movement in your area.

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Eric Wettschreck

Have fun driving 18 miles dude, I'm walking out my back door. grin.gif

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harvey lee

Boilerguy,have a nice trip.Do you have a feeder in your back yard?That way you could use your deck for a stand. wink.gif

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Eric Wettschreck

I've thought about putting one up, but I don't want anything getting in between me and my garage beer fridge. grin.gif

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picksbigwagon

I'll be here, Iowa season doesn't open for another month....SO I NEED TO SEE PICTURES..........

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Ely Lake Expert

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Hey Ely Lake Expert, where abouts near Eveleth do you hunt? We own some land right by Cotton where we hunt opening weekend which isn't too far from Eveleth. I am interested to hear about the deer movement in your area.


Midwesthunter,

I hunt out in Melrude if you have ever heard of it. From cotton it is 10 miles or less northeast. Its a couple of miles northwest of whiteface resivoir. The deer movement has been excellent this summer and fall. I have seen more bucks out during the day than I ever have before including a 12,10, and three 8 pointers I have seen recently. Take a look at the photosharing post called "picture of the buck I hope to shoot this weekend", that is one that was looking into my neighbors trail cam. On an average day of grouse hunting lately if have seen 20-40 deer daily with a few random bucks and ALOT of does.

Let me know how you do in cotton.

Ryan

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