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Re: Lakes near Pelican Rapids for MEA
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Did you mean Lida? We had good luck with blue gills and caught a few smallies never had time to chase walleye we were on the park side of the highway part of Lida

Posted on: 10/17 14:08:49
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Re: Grouse on public land
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From Roosevelt to four town has been good for us

Posted on: 10/11 5:36:43
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Re: Grouse on public land
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Was up yesterday mostly looking at land that's for sale and didn't hunt hard but did see a fair amount of birds and didn't have to work very hard for them only went for two walks the first produced nothing and my brother got one on the other all the other birds we saw driving slow and looking in to the woods on the way too and from home ended up getting three more doing that and saw ten or so total was trying really hard to get my daughter her first but she is still a little hesitant and was not setting any speed records getting her aim down lol if she wouldn't have been along we would have gotten a few more but I wouldn't change a thing it was a blast seeing her get so excited and now she is more determined then ever to get her first bird time to chit the range and aim with her this week and maybe get back up next weekend

Posted on: 10/1 10:25:49
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Re: Grouse on public land
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South of Roosevelt in the Beltrami forest


I haven't been up this year but have hunted the area since I was eight and I'm now thirty and have never seen numbers fluctuate a whole lot it's always better later in the year there has been some years where there were low numbers but unless your willing to put on the miles on your shoes and not your wheels your not going to have the success you desire plain and simple there are just to many people driving around looking for the easy birds find good looking trails and head off of them in the woods I like walking the trails until I find some god habitat then it's off the beating path from there in a dry year like this look for water and swamp edges with good cover especially low cover my mom raises free range chickens and when it's dry they drink tons of water the grouse donthe same

Posted on: 9/29 20:23:03
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Re: Natives Allowed to hunt Moose again
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I'm not saying there are no nets in URL but the guy I used to work with fished with rod and reel granted in the spring he would use thirty or forty at once and get his 100 fish limit daily and sell them to the fish market for roughly $3 a lb before filleting does it make it right? Maybe...maybe not

Posted on: 9/7 16:55:19
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Re: 2017 Game Cam Thread
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Big Bears!.....more cats, wolves, yotes, turkeys, porcupines, rabbits, skunks, and more



and for many of those who question there yote pics thinking their wolves....as I always say if you question it is not a wolf cause they are no doubters




Witch ones are wolves in your pictures?

Posted on: 5/4 19:38:36
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Lakes near scenic state park
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looking to get on a few fish with the wife and kids while we stay at the park I've done a lot of looking in the dnr site but was looking for some local help if possible we will be looking for anything gills crappie pike walleye we prolly won't fish much and cpr only

Thanks in advance

Posted on: 5/4 13:43:09
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Re: Morels!!
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Where you located dew2 I'm in nw part of the state was hoping this weekend I would find some we are going to be in the 60s all week

Posted on: 5/1 14:31:28
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Re: Morels!!
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Looks like a good week ahead anyone planning to get out?

Posted on: 5/1 10:00:17
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Re: Fishing off a kayak
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Haven't done it much but I like it the nicer ones are really easy to fish out of but the more Simple ones get the job done too

Posted on: 4/27 5:30:57
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