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    DIY with my dad. We are going to set camp and hike and glass. I really love strapping on the pack and going for a hike and doing some glassing. That's how I hunt here in the North Dakota badlands. The big boys don't sit by the roads in my opinion, so I figure I will go after them.

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    when you're ready to head out on your scouting trip, hit me up and i will pm you at least one area i know of that you will want to scout. if i wasn't hunting in G, it's where i would be.

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    Most land owners won't let you take bucks but are happy to let you take does
    It's true you will see hunters everywhere, the trick is to get off the road and do a little walking! There are lots of road hunters and if you get back in where the deer retreat to once they get too much pressure you will do well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wyomingmaniac View Post
    when you're ready to head out on your scouting trip, hit me up and i will pm you at least one area i know of that you will want to scout. if i wasn't hunting in G, it's where i would be.
    That sounds great I appreciate the help. I am coming down on August 19th and going to spend a few days there.
    Thanks again!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jenbickel View Post
    Most land owners won't let you take bucks but are happy to let you take does
    It's true you will see hunters everywhere, the trick is to get off the road and do a little walking! There are lots of road hunters and if you get back in where the deer retreat to once they get too much pressure you will do well.
    I kind of thought that may be the case. It is just like that here in ND and I don't blame the land owners. I am sure it is because they get asked a thousand times over to let people hunt. I am hoping to hike in quit a ways and glass the hill sides. Thanks for the help!!

 

 

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