Bachelor hunt

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  1. lubiniecki60

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    Im getting married august 19th of this year and need somewhere to go for a bachelor event. Im not into all that party crap or anything just want to spend my time outdoors. Id like to go on a hunt or somewhere where i can go on an awesome hike and camp out in the middle of nowhere. Does anyone have any ideas? Or what have some of you done that i can go do with my groomsman.
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    Kinda hard in August with no open seasons yet. Pig hunts available in your area?
     
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    Yeah i was seeing if anyone knew of any cheaper hunting preserves. Im up in northern indiana there are some around but just seeing if theres anything else id like to travel


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    Hog hunt would be great for a group of guys to do together. If it's just 1 or 2 buddies, I'd look into either antelope or an OTC Muley tag!


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    Nebraska turkey hunt. Lots of birds and a great time


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    Yeah its most likely 1 or 2 idk to much about the otc tags. Dont u have to go into a drawing for them?


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    Over the counter means you can go into the store and buy them without a drawing, they are available first come first served.

    I love the concept as a whole, and like the idea of a turkey hunt like sundevil suggested. I turkey hunted my first season last year and I was able to get on birds almost every hunt and it was super exciting, even though I didn't end up taking a bird.

    Besides, if you take down a bird early in the trip you can always scout deer or something else for a couple days and go back for a season that wasn't open in august if you see something you like!
     
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    Fishing would be a good option if you are in to that.
     
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    I did a fenced in hog hunt for my bachelor party two years ago. Had a good time everyone killed one but to tell you the truth I felt bad about it. It just isint hunting it's shooting a fair pig to me go on a free range hunt somewhere.

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    camping fishing trip with maybe some varmint hunting thrown in. not a lot of pressure to it, a lot of time out there, and won't break the bank
     
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    No strippers? You'll make a fine wife. :lol:
     
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    reminder what happens in the cave stays in the cave! quote from up the creek movie
     
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    he did that! that's why he's getting married!!!
     
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    Good one?


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    Glad you have a sense of humor. Congrats and good luck.

     
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    I put together my own bach party it was a grouse hunting and trout fishing spectacular. Stayed at a little resort in the woods that only had generator power it was a big time. There were no strippers just cards played, drinking, fishing and hunting. I put on a clinic that weekend shot plenty of birds and limited out on trout, this was a week after I shot my first self guided bear in the area. Oh those were the days.
     
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    Sounds amazing!


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    I skipped all of the suggestions - so just throwing it out there.

    We have a place that offers a little lodge - but also has a skeet shooting range, gun range, etc. Depending on seasons, they also have grouse/pheasant available and I think maybe dove. Do you have anything like that in the area?

    Otherwise I'd find a cabin - close to some water and have a backyard party. Fishing, sharing laughs with friends, cards if interested, horse shoes, etc.
     
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