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Cooper antlerless spike hunt #7614784 09/24/19 02:43 PM
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Anyone ever drawn it?

I've never done a draw hunt. What's the deal they split up in certain units?
Can ATVs be used?

Re: Cooper antlerless spike hunt [Re: ducknbass] #7614809 09/24/19 03:13 PM
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We did the youth hunt there a couple years ago. They brought us in by order drawn and let us choose a compartment. I believe ATVs are allowed but we didn’t take one. Bring your own blinds/stands. Once they show how to access your compartment you are on your own. We chose the compartment behind the dam and set up 2 ground blinds where we could see a good distance under big oaks. Only saw 1 doe in 2 sits but my son got it for his 1st deer! The staff was super helpful in explaining the compartments and even helped clean the deer. Good luck!

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