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Gus England WMA #6037145 11/18/15 05:48 PM
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My son has a youth hunt this weekend and was wondering if anyone has any suggestions/recommendations?


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Re: Gus England WMA [Re: Brian C.] #6037225 11/18/15 06:25 PM
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Haven't hunted it in years but when I did it was by assigned compartments. The ones running the hunt would give advice on where in the compartment was good and that was sound advice. Good luck and have fun


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Mainstream news might be fun to watch
Re: Gus England WMA [Re: Brian C.] #6037239 11/18/15 06:36 PM
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There is an active thread in the public hunting forum. wink

Re: Gus England WMA [Re: Brian C.] #6038330 11/19/15 12:08 PM
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Thanx guys


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