Small 10 acre suburban tract

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Re: Small 10 acre suburban tract

Unread postby Edcyclopedia » Fri Mar 29, 2013 11:06 am

Public Land Beast wrote:Decided it ain't for me... If I can shoot a 140 inch buck in the public northwoods, I must be doing something right!! I love Beast style hunting!! 100 percent public turkey and deer again this season....

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Sounds like you might give up a night of hunting (cause it's close and convenient) because it's not bigwoods...
Anytime your in the woods is a good time in the woods... Big, small, medium...
Your choice not mine.


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Re: Small 10 acre suburban tract

Unread postby Dewey » Fri Mar 29, 2013 11:12 am

Is it a lease or can you just hunt with permission?

If it won't cost you anything it wouldn't hurt to give it at least one hunt. Maybe you could kill a slob on that hunt and nobody will know until it's done! ;)

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Re: Small 10 acre suburban tract

Unread postby PLB » Fri Mar 29, 2013 11:22 am

No he wants 450 cash for early and late bow. It's bow only... The wife don't want me home every night.!! Lol!! She said go to the cabin in the big woods that you love!! She said you are a great hunter. Take that money and go to Cabelas when it opens!! Soooooo I'm on the prowl starting Sunday for another public land Slob!!

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Re: Small 10 acre suburban tract

Unread postby Dewey » Fri Mar 29, 2013 11:29 am

Public Land Beast wrote:No he wants 450 cash for early and late bow. It's bow only... The wife don't want me home every night.!! Lol!! She said go to the cabin in the big woods that you love!! She said you are a great hunter. Take that money and go to Cabelas when it opens!! Soooooo I'm on the prowl starting Sunday for another public land Slob!!

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Re: Small 10 acre suburban tract

Unread postby gogebicbuckslayer » Fri Mar 29, 2013 1:46 pm

Ya if the guy wants to charge you I would pass as well . 450 doesn't justify a few sits, unless a booner haunts the area which is doubtful.

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Re: Small 10 acre suburban tract

Unread postby Redman232 » Sat Mar 30, 2013 2:35 am

Agreed, I'm not paying squat just to hunt 10 acres. The only reason I even hunt them is because our woodlots are really broken up in most of the area I hunt, so any unpressured thick cover can hold bucks here.


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