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SE Muzzleloader Season Land?

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Anyone have any Private or know of any good state land down in SE MN? Me and a buddy bow and rifle hunt up here in NW Minnesota, but are looking at taking a "trip" for one weekend of the muzzleloader season. I see lots of photos each year from SE MN of good bucks, and we would like to try to get one of them. We would basically be after shooter bucks and does, we don't shoot little bucks. So if anyone knows of any land, or a general direction, that would be great. We aren't looking for anyones hot spots, but if someone has some private land down in that area, we would be willing to pay a small fee for access for a weekend. It would be for 2 1/2 days and only 2 hunters.



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