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hunting snows

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just wondering if someone would be interested in letting me tag along sometime, i have family down by the worthington area but have no snow decoys and would like to try it sometime.

thanks.

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wow no one hunts in minnesota for snows, just thought that someone would like some company sometime guess i was wrong!

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Down in this corner of the state I really haven't seen too many snows. Therefore, not too many people hunting snows. You may have better luck in the S. Dak fourm. That is where all the action seems to be happening.

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Eric is right. I haven't seen a single flock of snows yet and I'm only 10 miles from South Dakota...

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im going in the morning seen 2 flocks last tue fishing on clear lake got 2 last year missed a lot bent barrel i think ill let you know what i see

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