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gimruis

I have season B but it’s very difficult to get excited when there’s still 2 feet of snow on the ground and it’s -10 degrees out!

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monstermoose78
32 minutes ago, gimruis said:

I have season B but it’s very difficult to get excited when there’s still 2 feet of snow on the ground and it’s -10 degrees out!

 

32 minutes ago, gimruis said:

I have season B but it’s very difficult to get excited when there’s still 2 feet of snow on the ground and it’s -10 degrees out!

I am jacked up I thought about getting the decoys out

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paceman

Just over a month away from 2019 season! Usually about this time I will put out a few cameras. With close to 3' of snow on the ground, it will be quite awhile before I can even get back to my spots! With the archery tag I can be patient but the season A/B guys may have there work cut out for them. At least up around here.

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IceHawk

B season here your right could be a interesting one hopeing for some warmer weather real quick.  Last years snowstorm in April threw a scare in us early season hunters but in the end it all panned out.  Turkeys I've been seeing lately are more concerned with food and survival then anything else. 

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