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Squirrel Hunting Davy Crockett National Forest??? #8161972 02/09/21 04:33 PM
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Has anyone on the group ever hunted squirrels in the Davy Crockett National Forest? Thinking about hunting this spring up on the North end out of Alto. Any advise or suggestions would be helpful. Thanks in advance.

Re: Squirrel Hunting Davy Crockett National Forest??? [Re: milton1allen] #8162484 02/09/21 10:39 PM
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I do miss squirrel hunting

Re: Squirrel Hunting Davy Crockett National Forest??? [Re: milton1allen] #8162619 02/09/21 11:41 PM
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Just go and see would be all I could suggest. I would try hardwood drainages first just because that’s where they traditionally hang out. Someone more knowledgeable than me may have better advice. I’ve never hunted them in May.

Season is still open through February by the way....


Originally Posted By: Russ79
I learned long ago you can't reason someone out of something they don't reason themselves into.


Re: Squirrel Hunting Davy Crockett National Forest??? [Re: Nogalus Prairie] #8162921 02/10/21 02:55 AM
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Originally Posted by Nogalus Prairie
Just go and see would be all I could suggest. I would try hardwood drainages first just because that’s where they traditionally hang out. Someone more knowledgeable than me may have better advice. I’ve never hunted them in May.

Season is still open through February by the way....


This right here. Go sit still for 30 minutes and you'll probably be in luck.

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