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Axis on the brain #8447118 11/13/21 03:59 AM
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I know it’s early but when would be a good time to go on an Axis hunt? Up for suggestions so I can plan this hunt early.

Re: Axis on the brain [Re: CPTTSU1] #8447140 11/13/21 04:56 AM
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I am no expert but I will say that we hear them every time out. See them on camera once every 3-5 days.
No real pattern, but they are around. Never seen one in front of me.
My limited experience with free range is just gotta be in the right spot at the right time.
If going with an outfitter then any time is a good time!

Re: Axis on the brain [Re: CPTTSU1] #8447152 11/13/21 06:06 AM
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Last week was good for our hunter.


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