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Well I have Friday off and no matter what the weather brings I will be still hunting 168 acres of hopefully productive deer habitat.
 

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It sure should make the tracking easy if we get all this snow they are forcasting. It's snowing pretty good here right now. I heard something like an inch an hour.

Good luck out there tomorrow.
 

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I was out last evening and still had snow on the ground from last Sunday. The trails in the woods looked like a herd of elephants had ran through there and in one spot i found 2 different scrapes where the dirt had been kicked up all over the snow. I seen 15 deer total, a group of 5 and then another group of 10, all in the cut corn field. I'll be out tomorrow as well hunting this new snow, i love how the deer stand out in this stuff.
 

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My buddy Kelly Peters from Marion harvested a very nice doe....It was a long drag back to the fire trail but the snow made it easier than normal....Yes, it was cold!!!!:bonk:
 

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!!!! 3rd Year No Deer !!!!

Im from fort wayne for the past 3 years i have been hunting the huntington area by the roush dam and still i have not seen anything but a doe in firearms season. I sure would like to know where you seen all these deer in hopes possably I could get my first after 3 years. My email is
[email protected] :dizzy: :banghead3 :confused: :help: :hide: :bowdown:
 

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Deer Hunting is like real estate - location-location-location! I think the best deer hunters (certainly not me) must be experts at hunting and with dealing with landowners :)
 
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