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Discussion in 'Midwest' started by NoDakHunter92, Mar 6, 2014.

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    justinwmoe88 Weekend Warrior

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    Looking like a good start to next year so far!!!
     
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    justinwmoe88 Weekend Warrior

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    Any of you interested in hunting Ohio over Columbus Day weekend? It’s 150$ for an either sex out of state archery tag. I will be going and wouldn’t mind the company or help with gas.
     
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    Sit still don’t move don’t make any unnecessary noise and all will come together. Your entrance and exit to where your hunting are more important than most people think. Make sure your covered and can’t be seen from where the deer may be. Never walk in the open they will see you
     
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    I'll is bowhunting North Dakota this year for the first time, about 20 miles north of Cooperstown, ND for Whitetails. It'll be October 14th-18th, was wondering as far as to buck movement I understand it comes and goes and every place is different. But how is the movement that time of year?
     
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    bucksnbears Die Hard Bowhunter

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    Billy. I would say 90% in ND hunt over baits. Are you going guided?
     

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